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View Resource Jaques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve's Education Resources for K-12 Educators

This site from the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve includes information for K-12 educator professional development, teacher workshops, habitat workshops, and online lessons and lesson plans. Site also includes information on the Mid-Atlantic Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE).

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 Ocean Service

NOS measures and predicts coastal and ocean phenomena, protects large areas of the oceans, and works to ensure safe navigation. Educator information includes Discovery Kits, which consist of 4 different classroom units on corals, estuaries, geodesy, and tides and water levels, Discovery Stories, 2 case studies concerning the Exxon Valdez incident and the lionfish invasion occurring along the U.S....

View Resource North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve Publications

This website is the publications page of the NCNERR. The site includes downloadable field guides, NCNERR newsletters, and reports. Field guides demonstrate the flora and fauna found in the NC Research Reserves. Guides include the common name, scientific name, a drawing and a short description for each organism. Annual reports detail current issues facing coastal communities. The newsletters...

View Resource Estuaries: Where Rivers Meet the Sea

Take your students on an EstuaryLive telecast! EstuaryLive brings free, live internet field trips in four different estuaries around the country, right to your classroom. These online field trips are the next best thing to an actual trip to an estuary, providing students with an exciting and new way to learn about unique estuarine ecosystems. The site also includes archived webcasts and teacher...

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