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In Unit 1, an the activity_1.2_maps_.v3.ppt file, the second page (Net Primary Productivity Map) lists the same attribution as the first page, the one for the Ocean Currents Map. Can someone send me the correct attribution for the Ocean Currents Map?

So far I have looked through the first two units, and am very excited to use this module in my General Oceanography class this fall. Thanks for any help you can give me in correcting the attribution- I emphasize correct citations of sources in all my classes, so I want to model good behavior!
Cheers,
-E. Christa Farmer

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Hi Christa,
Are you talking about this one


Figure source: http://orca.science.oregonstate.edu/npp.annual.comparison.php?year=2007

For the Ocean Currents Map, I found a different attribution
Figure source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Corrientes-oceanicas.gif


I hope this is what you are looking for.

Cara was the lead author on this module, you can contact her directly here
Cara Thompson (cara.k.thompson@gmail.com)


I am glad to hear you intend to use the units, I enjoyed teaching with them (and co-writing) them very much.

Michelle

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Thanks for responding, Michelle!

Hi Christa! I see two different sources (the ones Michelle posted) in the activity 1.2_maps_v3.ppt file. Are you looking in the notes section of the Powerpoint?

I'm glad you're finding the materials useful!!!

-Cara

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These materials are part of a collection of classroom-tested modules and courses developed by InTeGrate. The materials engage students in understanding the earth system as it intertwines with key societal issues. The collection is freely available and ready to be adapted by undergraduate educators across a range of courses including: general education or majors courses in Earth-focused disciplines such as geoscience or environmental science, social science, engineering, and other sciences, as well as courses for interdisciplinary programs.
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