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FOR SEA Institute of Marine Science

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Workshop – Wetlands, Tidepool, & Deep Sea Explorations

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Institute of Marine Science Workshop
The marine environment offers countless opportunities for teaching science skills and knowledge. Here are a few of the projects developed at the FOR SEA Institute of Marine Science, provided to help inspire you to turn your ideas into lessons and activities for your students.

 

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Exploring Wetland Habitats
Neither open water nor dry land, wetlands play a critical role as an interface. These activities and resources serve as a hands-on introduction to the amazing ecosystems found in wetland habitats.

Tidepool Life and Ecology
Using color photographs by widely published nature photographer Nancy Sefton, tidepool relationships, adaptations, plants and animals are explored through a series of narrated slide shows. The hundreds of outstanding photographs may also be viewed individually. A great educational resource for teachers and students.

Deep Sea Explorations
Oceanographer Veronique Robigou leads us on a deep sea adventure which accompanies award-winning lessons on deep sea vents and deep sea life. Plus you’ll find an expanded Deep Sea Short Course employing lessons from FOR SEA, MARE, and Living in Water.

 


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