Picture Climate Change: A glimpse at climate change in the west through the lens of American youth
NOAA West Regional Team The NOAA West Regional Team will showcase the winners of NOAA’s “Picture Climate Change” Student Photo Contest during this NOAA Live! 4 Kids Event! NOAA challenged students in fifth through twelfth grade from all U.S. states and territories to help NOAA understand how climate change has impacted them, their family,…Read More
Turning Up the Heat: Fish and sea turtles in a warming world
Vincent Saba, NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, MA and NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory at Princeton University in Princeton, NJ From microscopic plants to large whales, climate change is affecting all ocean life. There are many ways in which climate change can affect ocean ecosystems but during this webinar, we will investigate the effects of…Read More
The Crab-tivating Life of Crustaceans: Where do they go? How do they grow? What do we know?
Erin Fedewa and Leah Zacher, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s Kodiak Laboratory in Kodiak, AK How much do you know about Alaskan crab? Join us as we learn to identify crustaceans found in Alaskan waters and talk about crab biology with live appearances from some “crabby” guests. We’ll even find out how to tag…Read More
Marine Mammals in Our Backyard
Grace Simpkins, Woods Hole Sea Grant and Northeast Fisheries Science Center in Woods Hole, MA Whales are among the largest and oldest animals on earth and belong to a group of marine mammals called cetaceans. Seals are known to be the clowns of the sea and belong to a group of marine mammals called pinnipeds.…Read More