Lessons for Oceans

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  • Our Changing View of the Earth - … the same positions.] 2. Increased exploration of the ocean floor and the oceanic ridges has provided the information necessary to refine and … that new ocean crust is being created at the mid-ocean ridges. * Since the Earth isn't getting bigger, old ocean crust must be destroyed somewhere. Since old ocean crust is …
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  • The Sand Travels - … . Once the pieces of rock reach the ocean, the strong, continuous force of ocean waves sorts the particles by size and further … taking place. Seismic activity on the ocean floor and formation of tsunamis, as well as ocean floor topography and life forms are … -ccs.ucsd.edu/ Smithsonian Institution's Ocean Planet A travelling exhibition Seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/ocean planet.html Surfrider's Education web …
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  • A Model of Sea-Floor Spreading - … is created by the upwelling of magma at mid-ocean spreading centers; old ocean floor is destroyed by subduction at deep sea … " ($59.95; 19 min.). Describes methods of exploring the oceans; interaction of oceans with the biosphere, lithosphere, and atmosphere to create a … ribbons of paper (which represent oceanic crust) to simulate the movement of ocean floor from the mid-ocean spreading center to the subduction …
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  • One World Ocean - … currents. Currents are movements of water in an ocean (or lake). The ocean's water currents move continuously around the Earth and … of 2000, the International Hydrographic Organization announced a new ocean, the Southern Ocean, which surrounds Antarctica and extends up to 60 degrees … ? Does it sink or float? Attachments (Return to Contents) Oceans Away Worksheet Oceans Away Worksheet Worksheet (Spanish) (pdf) Worksheet (Spanish) (doc) Safety …
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  • Changing Planet: The Case of the Leaky Gyre - … across). Ocean gyres dominate the central regions of open ocean and represent the long-term average pattern of ocean surface currents. Ocean gyres in … contributing role in regional and global climate. Surface ocean currents, ocean gyres, deep ocean circulation and the atmosphere are all parts of the … the Arctic Motions of the Ocean Surface Ocean Currents Ocean Gyres Thermohaline Circulation: The Global Ocean Conveyor The Arctic Ocean Arctic Ocean Currents The Arctic: Earth …
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  • All We Need Is a Yellow Submarine! - … , and life in the different levels of the ocean and how the ocean has been explored. Grades 3-5 Time Allotment Two … the salt from the land into the ocean, the ocean is getting saltier because of evaporation, ocean animals have adapted to the salt … live? Welcome to the ocean floor! Play: video clip from United Streaming program Ocean's Alive: Welcome to the Ocean Floor (01:05 … site above. From the main menu you may explore The Ocean Realm, Ocean Exploration, Sea Lab, and Sea Gallery. Remem ber to …
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  • Come Sail Away - … the oceans and their approximate borders. Let's look at the ocean closest to Virginia. What is this ocean's name? (Atlantic Ocean) Say: The Atlantic Ocean starts in the northern … Ocean. Does the Pacific look different from the Atlantic? How? Say: What ocean is east of the Atlantic Ocean? (Indian Ocean) Say: The Indian Ocean
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  • Message in a Bottle - … Topic: Science, Ocean Currents. Overview In this lesson, the students will explore how ocean currents affect the mixing of ocean waters and navigation routes. Students will be using video to learn that ocean currents … . Segment Used: Segment 4: What is an Ocean Current? (01:28). Videostreaming: Earth Science: Oceans. Discovery Channel School, 2002. Retrieved April 24 …
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  • The Ups and Downs of Down Below - … the Ocean Basin" graph "Mapping the Ocean Basin" answer keys (attached) Per student: Worksheets "Mapping the Ocean Basin," and its graph (attached) Worksheet "Ocean … on Science, The World's Oceans. Before using the Laser Disc, begin discussion on oceans. Ask: How many oceans are there? Can you … the Atlantic, Indian, and Arctic Oceans. Can you see that these four oceans are really one big ocean? Why do you think that …
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  • Virgin Voyage to the Bottom of the Ocean - … team plans to explore the deepest part of any ocean - the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. At a (4) ____ of almost … team plans to explore the deepest part of any ocean - the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. At ____ 11,000 metres, the … find collocates, other meanings, information, synonyms ... for the words 'ocean' and 'dive'. ocean dive Share your findings with your partners. Make questions … team plans to explore the deepest part of any ocean - the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. At a (4) depth of almost …
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