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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 495 for Marine Biology
  1.   Underwater Study: Marine Biology
Underwater Study: Marine Biology Overview: The ocean is one of the most unexplored places on Earth. Oceanographers, marine biologists, and many others are devoting their careers to exploring the oceans' ecosystems, learning about and preserving the health and inhabitants of these amazing places. In this lesson, students will learn about marine...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Life at Sea: Careers in Marine Science
Life at Sea: Careers in Marine Science Overview: People's perceptions of places and regions often influence what happens to those places. In the United States, citizens and the government have invested time and money in the National Park system to preserve the natural landscape, flora, and fauna of North America. Forest rangers, environmentalists, pu...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   U. of South Florida-College of Marine Science, Reef Indicators Lab
Reef Indicators Lab University of South Florida, St. Petersburg College of Marine Science Links Graduate Reef Class Photo Album Reef Cake Exercise Marine Science Homepage Current Grad Students FORAM Index CD The Coral Reef Cake: An Activity for K-12 Earth Science or Biology Classes Suggested Slide Presentation for use with Coral Reef Cake Activity HTML PowerPoint PDF Slide Show of Coral Reef Cake Act...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  4.   Marine Mammals: Just Like Us
Go back to previous page Project title or topic of activity Marine Mammals: Just Like Us Author(s): Alina Fuggiti, Jessica Letarte, Marissa Mesa Date: Spring 2001 Summary of Activity The main purpose of this activity or station is to inform the children what exactly marine mammals are. This includes why they are not like the other organisms in the ocean, for example: fish. We do this b...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  5.   Thermoregulation in Marine Mammals
Go back to previous page Project title or topic of activity Thermoregulation in Marine Mammals Author(s): Angela Gauthier, Patti Lucas, Alisha Edwards, and Kim Ledford Date: Spring 2001 Summary of Activity Students will learn how mammals maintain a fairly constant body temperature under various conditions. Specifically they will become aware of marine mammals and their utilization of blubber through a han...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Marine Animals and Their Environments
Search for lessons > Go back to search results > Lesson Project title or topic of activity Marine animals and their Environments Author(s): Nick Moreno Date: Fall 1999 Summary of Activity 50-100 words In this activity the students will show what they have learned about marine environments, specifically the three main types, corral reefs, open oceans and bottom ocean. They will show what they have learned this by des...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Marine Reptiles
Search for lessons > Go back to search results > Lesson Project title or topic of activity Marine Reptiles Author(s): Chris Davis Date: Fall 1999 Summary of Activity 50-100 words In this workshop station, students will have a hands on interactive learning process through the following activities: 1. Detective work: the students will be given a series of questions to answer, through observation, about each family of...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Biological Magnification (Bioaccumulation)
Search for lessons > Go back to search results > Lesson Project title or topic of activity Biological magnification (Bioaccumulation) Author(s): Chau Tran Date: Fall 1999 Summary of Activity 50-100 words Five different size beakers with about 50 mL of water are laid on the table, representing 5 different levels of the food chain. Add one drop of food coloring to each beaker, representing the bio-waste material that...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles
Go back to previous page Project title or topic of activity Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles Author(s): Christie Barrett, Jenny Holen, and Beth Karasz Date: Fall semester 2000 Summary of Activity This activity is a two hour-long lesson plan designed to educate 4th and 5th grade students about marine turtles and their conservation. Students will be asked to observe and identify k...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Marine Biology/Invertebrates
Title - Marine Biology/Invertebrates By - Laura Teatsworth Primary Subject - Science Grade Level - 5-12 After lots of discussion about invertebrates, I purchased a small octopus and squid per student at the local fish market... these are not live specimens. (In Texas, I go to Seabrook under the 146 bridge.) Lay a large amount of newsp...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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