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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 When is Dinner Being Served? Predicting the Spring Phytoplankton Bloom in the Gulf of Maine

This is a student activity regarding phytoplankton blooms and their effects on the ecosystem. Students will obtain and analyze data on the variables that influence the spring phytoplankton bloom from buoy monitoring stations in the Gulf of Maine. Activity includes background information, step by step instructions, additional resources, and activity extensions.

View Resource Why is the Ocean Salty?

This resource explains how the oceans became salty. Topics include the source of the salt, how rainwater dissolves rock and carries the material away as dissolved ions, and the two most common ions in seawater. A link to additional information is also provided.

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 Annual Records of Toxic phytoplankton and PSP toxins in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Quebec.

This website provides access to annual records of the abundance of phytoplankton species and physical-chemical parameters of seawater at monitoring stations in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Quebec, Canada. Users may choose a particular station and the year to view the data (which are presented in MS-Excel format, in French). The webpage also provides a link to a map displaying the locations of the...

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