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05.02.2013    

Ocean Acidification PowerPoint presentation by Dr. Jeremy Mathis, Director of the University of Alaska Ocean Acidification Research Center, June 2011.

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02.16.2012    

COSEE OCEAN has developed a simple, easy to use guide to help scientists make their own short videos about their research and their scientific career.

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02.02.2012    

The Best of COSEE Hands-On Activities offers ocean scientists simple, engaging, and easily accessible hands-on activities that will make your presentations to K-12 students, the public, or other non-science audiences more effective. This collection was gathered from across the COSEE Network, with each Center submitting their best hands-on activities.

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Making Water Pollution Visible 06.17.2011    

A short video about how a scientist and her team are using innovative methods to assess water quality in Florida's Indian River Lagoon.

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04.26.2011    

Short vodcasts feature current research and the scientists involved. Four Climate Watch vodcasts, including ones on Changing Biomes and Permafrost, and a series on research at Lake El'Gypytgyn in Siberia involving coring through 3.5 million years of lake sediments to reconstruct Arctic paleo-environments were still in production on April, 2011.

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04.19.2011    

A body of educational resources focused on understanding the impacts of climate change and dynamic ice cover on the eastern Bering Sea ecosystem.

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02.28.2011    

Three compelling short videos showcase the dramatic changes in Alaska's marine ecosystems through interviews with scientists and Alaska Natives.

This video was produced by COSEE Alaska, the Alaska Sea Grant program, the Alaska Marine Conservation Council, and the Alaska Ocean Observing System

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02.23.2011    

The results of an international expert meeting convened by UNESCO in Monaco in March, 2009.

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01.31.2011    

Island Press. A practical and entertaining guide to communicating science. Explains how to engage your audience and explain why a particular finding matters. Explores how to ace your interview, promote a paper, enter the political fray, and use new media to connect with your audience.

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12.01.2010    

Comparison of results from surveying Alaska SeaLife Center staff, residents of Seward, Alaska; and visitors to the Alaska SeaLife Center.

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COSEE Alaska Educator Guide to Resources for Teaching about Alaska's Sea and Rivers 11.18.2010    

Educator Guide. (PDF, 641 KB) Quick reference with links to:
- Lesson plans and units in the online Alaska Seas and Rivers K-8 curriculum produced by Alaska Sea Grant

- Resources and lesson plans related to planning and carrying out ocean science fairs and projects that can be entered into the Alaska Science and Engineering Fair.

The guide lists Alaska state science standards and grade level expectations and national Ocean Literacy Principles addressed by each lesson plan and the resources are aligned with Alaska standards for cultural relevance.

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An Imminent Thaw: changing Arctic sea ice 11.18.2010    

A five-minute podcast based on interviews with Alaska scientists and member of Alaska Native Alaskan communities about changes in sea ice patterns and their implications for the ecosystem and human communities that have depended traditionally on ice-associated animals. The importance of observing systems, using both technology and knowledgeable community observers, is highlighted.

Co-produced by COSEE NOW and COSEE Alaska.

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08.17.2010    

COSEE Alaska presentation at the Northwest Aquatic and Marine Educators Conference, Florence, OR. July 2010.

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08.01.2010    

Music video.

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08.01.2010    

Links to:

  1. Alaska state science standards and GLEs compared with national Ocean and Literacy principles completed for the Alaska Environmental Literacy Plan (AKELP).
  2. A standards-based framework for ocean and climate change education for Alaska high schools
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08.01.2010    

Time-lapse cameras observe glaciers melting around the world.

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08.01.2010    

Shoreline erosion.

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08.01.2010    

Educational site about the International Polar Year.

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08.01.2010    

NASA video featuring "fly-overs" of Earth, focusing on ice.

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08.01.2010    

Curriculum framework and Inquiry-based lesson plans about the Arctic climate.

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08.01.2010    

Current and on-going ocean climate change research in the Bering Sea.

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08.01.2010    

One of NOAA's "theme pages" focusing on the Arctic.

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08.01.2010    

Resources about the cryosphere.

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08.01.2010    

Brief but eloquent presentation about the importance of ice and the animals that depend on ice habitat to Alaska Native culture and subsistence hunters.

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08.01.2010    

Part 2 of a series that follows Native Thoughts on Climate Change.

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