Lessons for Oceans

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  • 2006 Exploring Ancient Coral Gardens - Cut-off Genes - … Oceanica Web site, with a variety of resources on ocean exploration topics OCEAN LITERACY ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES AND FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS Essential Principle 1 … Concept g. Everyone is responsible for caring for the ocean. The ocean sustains life on Earth and humans must live in ways … , sensors and tools are expanding our ability to explore the ocean. Ocean scientists are relying more and more on satellites, drifters, buoys …
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  • 2006 Exploring Ancient Coral Gardens - No Escape - … might result from carbon dioxide sequestration in the deep ocean. Designing Tools for Ocean Exploration (http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/explorations/03mountains/ background … Concept g. Everyone is responsible for caring for the ocean. The ocean sustains life on Earth and humans must live in ways … , sensors and tools are expanding our ability to explore the ocean. Ocean scientists are relying more and more on satellites, drifters, buoys …
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  • 2006 Exploring Ancient Coral Gardens - Feeding in the Flow - … Oceanica Web site, with a variety of resources on ocean exploration topics OCEAN LITERACY ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES AND FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS Essential Principle 1 … Concept g. Everyone is responsible for caring for the ocean. The ocean sustains life on Earth and humans must live in ways … , sensors and tools are expanding our ability to explore the ocean. Ocean scientists are relying more and more on satellites, drifters, buoys …
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  • Understanding Oceans - … differences in water temperature in different parts of the "world ocean" cause ocean currents. 7. Have students use research materials and the … a classwide world ocean map, complete with labels indicating ocean currents. Ocean Activists Have students investigate environmental issues concerning the ocean. Examples might include … . NOAA Ocean Photo Collection An excellent collection of marine and ocean photographs maintained by National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration. Secrets of the Ocean Realm …
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  • Amy Lee EDIT6400 Lesson Plan Draft - … the topography of the ocean, see unique ocean animals, experience the movement of oceans, and learn about the valuable ocean resources. Students are motivated … WebQuest on oceans to learn many different concepts associated with oceans, view real photos, hear the sound of the ocean, and explore ocean animals … of the ocean and see the floor, discover unique ocean animals, experience the movement of the oceans, and learn about valuable ocean resources. Come …
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  • An Alternative to the "What I Did on Summer Vacation - What I Can Do on Summer Vacation." - … large area of a sea or ocean partially enclosed by land 14. gulf stream: the oceanic current that brings warm Gulf of … open, partially obstructed, or sporadic access to the open ocean and where ocean water is at least occasionally diluted by freshwater runoff … bottom. However, lightweight and virtually indestructible plastic products accumulate, impact ocean life, and wash to shore. Plastic trash from disposable diapers … been established to control disposal of wastes into the ocean. However, the ocean is a big place; and trying to regulate this …
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  • Ocean Life Mural - … tissue paper. 5. arrange their ocean animals on the background ocean mural. 6. evaluate their own ocean animal using criteria provided by the … /glue mixture. 5. Students will place their ocean animals on the ocean background to create an Ocean Life Mural. Writing Connections: 1. Students … oceans. 5. Which ocean is between North America and Europe?__________________________ 6. Which ocean is closest to the North Pole?_____________________________ 7. Which ocean
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  • Ocean Expedition with Jacques Cousteau - … Share to create a five page journal about their ocean encounters. Share the Ocean Expedition Rubric with the students so that they … and saved them to your Oceans folder. Step 3: Ocean Habitat Use Pixie to create a typical ocean scene showing at least 6 … Oceans. Chicago: Raintree, August 1, 1999 Donovan, Sandra. Ocean Animals. Chicago: Raintree, September 1, 2002 Online Resources: Tropical Oceans Ocean Animals A-Z Ocean Resources Ocean
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  • Sharks at Risk Viewing Guide - … percent of the planet's surface. There is one ocean with many ocean basins, such as the North Pacific, South Pacific, North … of the large vertebrates from the ocean. g. Everyone is responsible for caring for the ocean. The ocean sustains life on Earth and humans must live in ways that sustain the ocean. Individual and collective … order to effectively manage ocean resources for all. Essential Principle #7: The ocean is largely unexplored. a. The ocean is the last and …
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  • America's Underwater Treasures Viewing Guide - … percent of the planet's surface. There is one ocean with many ocean basins, such as the North Pacific, South Pacific, North … of the large vertebrates from the ocean. g. Everyone is responsible for caring for the ocean. The ocean sustains life on Earth, and … , sensors and tools are expanding our ability to explore the ocean. Ocean scientists are relying more and more on satellites, drifters, buoys …
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