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View Resource Carolinas RCOOS: Regional Coastal Ocean Observing System

Caro-COOPS is based upon an array of coastal and offshore moorings deployed off of the coast of the Carolinas. Mousing over a buoy on the map displays measurements including: latitude and longitude, air and water temperature, wind conditions, solar radiation, and for most, salinity, chlorophyll, surface current information, and more. Clicking on the buoy opens a new window that displays the...

View Resource Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program (CORMP)

CORMP's goal is to provide an interdisciplinary science-based framework that supports sound public policy leading to wise coastal use, sustainable fisheries and improved coastal ocean ecosystem health. This site features an easy to use interactive map with real time and archived buoy and weather station data for southern North Carolina and South Carolina. The site also includes teacher resources...

View Resource DataStreme Ocean

This is an online ocean science course for K-12 teachers. This course explores the ocean within the Earth system with special emphasis on (1) water and energy flow into and out of the ocean, (2) the internal properties of the ocean, (3) interactions between the ocean and the other components of the Earth system, and (4) human and societal impacts on those interactions. Site features course...

View Resource EurekAlert! Marine Science Portal

This portal, maintained by AAAS, provides links to all manner of marine science resources: galleries of photos and other media; directories; maps; educational tools; marine science programs and organizations; US and international ocean policies; publications. It also features calendars of scientific events and meetings, press releases on current marine scientific news, events and reports.

View Resource Ocean Remote Sensing Base for Interactive Teaching and Learning

A collection of seven lesson plans from the Institute for Marine Remote Sensing in St. Petersburg, Florida. Titles include: Light and Water: The Secchi Disk Experiment, Coral Reef Remote Sensing Classification Experiment, Ocean Color, Sea Surface Temperature I and II, West Florida Shelf temperature changes with time and their impact on local reefs, The Coral Reef Cake: An Activity for K-12 Earth...

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