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Seasonal variation in light, mixing depth and primary productivity in temperate northern hemisphere waters
Lauren Sahl, Maine Maritime Academy
In this exercise students work with light, temperature, and phytoplankton biomass proxy (chlorophyll a concentration) data to; Become more skilled in reading and interpreting semi log graphs, temperature profiles, ...

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Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Classroom Activity, Activities
Subject: Biology:Ecology:Habitats:Marine, Geoscience:Oceanography:Biological, Chemical, Biology:Ecology:Habitats:Water Column, Biology:Ecology:Habitats, Biology, :Ecology, Geoscience:Oceanography:Physical , Geoscience:Oceanography

ConcepTest: Ocean Conveyer Belt Speed 1
Adding more salt to the North Atlantic Ocean would cause the global ocean conveyer belt to a. slow down b. speed up c. undergo no change

Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Classroom Activity:Short Activity:ConcepTests
Subject: Geoscience:Oceanography:Physical , Chemical

ConcepTest: Ocean Conveyer Belt Speed 2
Adding more freshwater to the North Atlantic Ocean would cause the global ocean conveyer belt to a. slow down b. speed up c. undergo no change

Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Classroom Activity:Short Activity:ConcepTests
Subject: Geoscience:Oceanography:Physical , Chemical

Landscape Diffusion Lab
Kirsten Menking, Vassar College
Students create a STELLA model of two marine terrace platforms separated in elevation by a cliff, using the hillslope flux equation to simulate the change in the cliff face over time as diffusive processes tear it down.

Resource Type: Activities: Computer Applications, Activities:Lab Activity
Subject: Geoscience:Geology, Oceanography

Oceans Socratic Questioning
Dorothy Merritts, Franklin and Marshall College
Oceans Socratic questions and answers. -

Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Classroom Activity:Short Activity:Socratic Questioning
Subject: Geoscience:Oceanography:Physical , Biological, Geoscience:Geology:Geophysics, Geoscience:Oceanography:Marine Geology and Geophysics

Human Impacts on Sharks: Developing an Essay Through Peer-Review on a Discussion Board
Laura Guertin, Penn State Brandywine
Through a discussion board, students comment and respond to paper topics on the human impacts on sharks. -

Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Writing Assignment, Assessments:Peer Assessment
Subject: Biology:Ecology, Geoscience:Oceanography:Physical , Environmental Science:Ecosystems:Ecology

Semester Lab Research in Marine Geology
Patricia Manley, Middlebury College Summary Students cooperatively conduct original research in Marine Geology utilizing marine practices on Lake Champlain, NY - Vermont. The lab section of the course is used to ...

Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Field Activity:Research experiences for students, Course Information, Activities:Field Activity
Subject: Environmental Science, Geoscience, :Oceanography

Analyzing beach sands with a SEM/EDS
Rachel Beane, Bowdoin College, rbeane@bowdoin.edu
Students pose a question that can be answered using the SEM and sand they have previously collected from beach profiles.

Resource Type: Activities: Activities:Lab Activity
Subject: Geoscience:Geology:Sedimentary Geology, Geoscience:Oceanography:Physical , Geoscience:Geology:Mineralogy:Mineral Analysis

Visualizing Carbon Pathways
LuAnn Dahlman; Ali Whitmer, University of California-Santa Barbara; Bruce Caron, New Media Research Institute; David Herring; Ray Tschillard
DATA: NASA Satellite Images TOOLS: ImageJ and Image Composite Explorer (ICE) of NASA Earth Observations (NEO). SUMMARY: Build animations of satellite data to illustrate and explore carbon pathways through the Earth system.

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Resource Type: Activities: Computer Applications, Audio/Visual:Images/Illustrations, Datasets and Tools:Datasets with Tools, Datasets with Teaching Activities, Activities:Classroom Activity:Process Oriented Guided Inquiry, Activities:Classroom Activity, Audio/Visual:Animations/Video
Subject: Geoscience:Oceanography:Biological, Biology:Ecology, Environmental Science:Energy:Carbon Capture & Storage, Environmental Science:Global Change and Climate:Climate Change:Carbon capture & storage, Geoscience:Atmospheric Science:Climate Change:Carbon capture & storage, Environmental Science:Ecosystems:Biogeochemical cycling

Using the pH Scale and Carbonic Acid Formation to Understand the Effect of Ocean Acidification on Organisms with Calcium Carbonate Shells.
Richard Rueb, Clackamas Community College
In this lab activity students use the pH scale and the reaction of carbon dioxide with water to understand ocean acidification and make predictions regarding the effect of ocean acidification on marine organisms by experimentally determining the effect of pH of calcite dissolution.

Resource Type: Activities: Activities
Subject: Geoscience, :Oceanography, Atmospheric Science:Climate Change, Environmental Science:Oceans and Coastal Resources, Global Change and Climate:Climate Change:Impacts of climate change, Environmental Science, :Ecosystems, Global Change and Climate, Geoscience:Atmospheric Science:Climate Change:Impacts of climate change, Geoscience:Oceanography:Marine Resources


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