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View Resource Microbiology of Permanently Cold and Frozen Environments

This is the home page of Antarctic researcher Brent Christner. His site provides detailed reviews of ongoing research involving the identification of microorganisms in cold environments such as glacial ice, cryoconite holes, Lake Vostok accretion ice, and the Antarctic dry valley lakes. This source highlights the importance of research pertaining to cold environments and also includes numerous...

View Resource Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence California (COSEE-CA)

COSEE-CA is dedicated to creating environments in which collaborations among ocean scientists and K-12 educators flourish. This site provides information on courses, ocean science careers, engaging scientists in educational outreach, and K-12 outreach initiatives. This site also links to the national COSEE website and other CA COSEE resources.

View Resource Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence New England (COSEE-NE)

The COSEE-NE seeks to strengthen the New England region's capacity to develop and provide high-quality ocean science education in both formal and informal settings by understanding the needs of, working with, and facilitating interactions among educators, researchers, and the public. Our long term goal is to strengthen understanding and appreciation of the oceans and their importance in audiences...

View Resource Building a Winogradsky Column: An Educator Guide with Activities in Astrobiology

This 27-page educator guide is a NASA Quest resource about Microbial Ecology and related Astrobiology activities. Students will construct a Winogradsky Column to observe the growth of microbes in a column of mud. During this investigation students will develop a hypothesis, record their observations and results, and form conclusions. They will compare and contrast their methods during the...

View Resource Life on Earth...and Elsewhere?

The hands-on activities in this Educator Resource Guide lay the conceptual groundwork for understanding the field of astrobiology. What is Life? What does Life need to live? What makes a world habitable? What can Life tolerate? Is there Life on other worlds? All five fundamental questions are addressed with complete activities, each including background reading, recommended procedure, activity...

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