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View Resource Marine Mammal Center Youth Volunteering

Located in Sausalito, California, the Marine Mammal Center offers a variety of programs to introduce students 14 to 18 years of age to marine science related careers and to get involved in marine mammal conservation. Site features information on job shadowing, volunteering, and Center internships. Also links to adult volunteer opportunities, as well as the research, rehabilitation, and...

View Resource The Slug Site

This one-stop nudibranch site features a Nudibranch of the Week, complete with pictures and description. Site also includes links to many additional internal and external nudibranch resources. Be sure to check out Dr. Hans Bertsch's page on everything you ever wanted to know about nudibranchs, but were afraid to ask. Plentiful amounts of information and photographs. Site also includes...

View Resource Sea Turtle Satellite Tracking

This website provides a near real-time tool for collecting, managing and sharing marine life satellite tracking data. It contains data from over 30 projects in the US, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Indo-Pacific, and Australian waters. The website provides links to background information for each project, the animals they are tracking, and maps that are updated regularly. Teaching resources include...

View Resource Fiddler Crabs

This site provides a short introduction to fiddler crabs (Genus Uca), their worldwide distribution, biology, ecology and systematics. Profiles of individual species include: zoological classification, morphology, geographical range with maps, scientific name (where known) and synonyms, references. Supporting videos (sorted by activity) and still photos of crabs in their habitat.

View Resource The Wonders of the Seas: Sponges

This website provides basic introduction to sponge biology, anatomy and benthic life style. Information covered includes cell types, filter feeding mechanism, skeletal structure of spicules and spongin, reproduction and life cycle, sponge diversity, and growth forms. The page includes a simple line diagram and excellent color photographs. A NSTA SciLinks selected site.

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