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View Resource Institute for Marine Remote Sensing (IMaRS)

Located in St. Petersburg, Florida, IMaRS research activities focus on the analysis of digital data obtained by satellite and airborne sensors, and on the development of applications of these data at local, regional, and global scales. Site features information on current remote sensing projects, including sea surface temperature, SeaWifs, and MODIS. The Education Outreach section includes...

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...

View Resource SeaWIFS: Teacher Resources

The SeaWIFS project uses space technology to study phytoplankton. Site contains: The Living Ocean Teacher's Guide, a guide for grades 9-10 that discusses satellites, ocean color, phytoplankton, the carbon cycle, and greenhouse effect; Classic CZCS Scenes, a tutorial about ocean color using some of the more interesting CZCS images; and Monitoring the Earth from Space with SeaWiFS, an presentation...

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 Education and Research: Testing Hypotheses (EARTH)

Education and Research: Testing Hypotheses (EARTH) lays new groundwork, providing teachers with means for integrating real-time data with existing educational standards and tested curriculum in an interactive and engaging way. Topics include: ocean observatories, pelagic predators, classification, iron fertilization, and coastal processes. Site features workshop information, lesson plans,...

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