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View Resource National Estuarine Research Reserves

Through linked programs of stewardship, education, and research, the NERRS enhances informed management and scientific understanding of the nation's estuarine and coastal habitats. Includes information on monitoring (water quality, weather, nutrients, etc.), restoration, invasive species, fellowships, and much more. With reserves all over coastal U.S., educators and scientists can access an...

View Resource Estuary Live!

Classrooms and individuals can log on to participate in a real-time field trip to a National Estuary Research Reserve. Ask questions, view live video and still images, and learn about estuaries from experts. Topics range from geology to water quality, estuary plants and animals, and cultural heritage. Includes: references and lesson plans, classroom activities and teachers' guides. Archives of...

View Resource National Estuary Program

Estuaries are places where rivers meet the sea and are critical to the health of coastal environments and our enjoyment of them. Website features abundant information on the legal and scientific aspects of estuary preservation. Includes guidelines, program profiles, and a shorter version in Spanish. Resources for teachers and students include games and activities. External links to additional...

View Resource Discovery of Estuarine Environments

This site describes the geology, water circulation, and significance of estuaries, profiles estuaries on different continents. For Narragansett Bay, background on: history of use by different cultures; modern management issues like navigation, shipping, fisheries, development, pollution, invasive species and recreation. Virtual field trip by depth with representative and real time data; marine...

View Resource Costal Watersheds

From the United States Environmental Protection Agency comes this web site titled "Coastal Watershed Factsheets." Containing information on beaches, near shore waters, coral reefs and estuaries this page is a valuable resource. Displayed in in fact sheet form, the data is easily understood and extremely accessible.

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