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Theme Booklet: Environmental Technologies

Theme Booklet: Environmental Technologies WHOI Sea Grant 4 pp., 2000 WHOI-G-00-006 Also available online: click here Learn more of WHOI Sea Grant’s investment in environmental technologies which has resulted in the development of new tools for analyzing and interpreting the effects of toxic chemicals on the reproduction, development, and disease defenses in marine animals and…

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#NOAALive4Kids kiʻi pōhaku (petroglyphs)

NOAA Live! kiʻi pōhaku (petroglyphs) During the #NOAALive4Kids webinar “Stories in the Stone: Archaeology in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument”, educator and archaeologist Malia Evans showed you how to design and make kiʻi pōhaku (petroglyphs) that represent you, your family, or your community.  Here are some that were shared with us.  To view the webinar that…

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Games

Games PBS games:  PBS has a variety of games to choose from.  There are nature, engineering, and animal games to name a few.  Examples include, “Don’t Flood the Fidgits”, “Aquabot”, “Ocean Guide”, “Creature Photoshoot”, and more.  Sign up at this website to get daily activities and tips to help kids play and learn at home.…

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Teacher Workshop June 2010

Teacher Workshop June 2010 June 4, 2010 Teacher Workshop ** ANNOUNCEMENT: JUNE TEACHERS’ WORKSHOP ** at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Topics in Oceanography Professional Development Workshop Friday June 4, 2010; 9:30-2:30 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Working title: “Studying and Seeing Volcanic Processes in the Ocean” Presenter: Adam Soule, WHOI Geology and Geophysics Department – Hear…

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Education

K-12 Education The goal of the Woods Hole Sea Grant Education Program is to increase ocean literacy – “an understanding of the ocean’s influence on you-and your influence on the ocean” so that all citizens young and old can make informed and sustainable decisions involving our coastal resources, communities, and economies. Workshops for Educators Lesson…

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Teacher Workshop: June 5, 2015

Fish ecology in the Atlantic, from the tropics to New England:  How studying fish diets tells about their changing ecosystems   What are the fish we eat eating?   Date: June 2015    Presenter: Dr. Joel Llopiz, WHOI Biology Department   Description: Professional Development workshop for Teachers Grade 6-12   Classroom activities   Fish food webs…

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