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Coral Heroes – A new Educational Kids Comic – For educational purposes
Takes you into the vibrant world of coral reefs and explains why corals need our help
Marine Mammals – Marine Mammal Commission
lesson plans for various age groups.. includes conservation, policy, taxonomy and adaptations to life in the ocean
Smithsonian Ocean Portal – Fishing for the Future Grades 6-12
Through a fishing simulation, students model several consecutive seasons of a commercial fishery and explore how technology, population growth, and sustainable practices impact fish catch and fisheries management.
Smithsonian Ocean Portal – Global Climate Game (Grades 6-8)
Ocean Education Videos – from United National Environment Programme
– two minute videos with Jim Toomey include: Blue Carbon, Marine Litter, The Climate Change Connection, The True Value of Our Oceans, Nutrient Runoff, Adaptation to Sea Level Rise, and Waste Water
Ocean Fact Sheets – From Waitt Institute
– 2 page pdfs include: ocean zoning, marine reserves, parrotfish, sharks, conch, urchins, overfishing, sustainable seafood, mangroves, lionfish, and aquaculture.
Awesome Oceans – from edeos digital education
– eight minute animated short-film shows the fascinating habitats in the oceans and how human behavior endangers them.
INDIVIDUAL CONSERVATION ACTION (water conservation, recycling, seafood choices and more)
Education Resources – from NOAA
New – Marine Plastic Pollution Educational Units for Students Learning at Sea – Download pdf
Program Designed for 5 Gyres Institute by CMBC Master of Advanced Studies Graduate, Erika Delemarre.
Ocean Plastic – Volvo Ocean Race – all educational materials & activities for 6-12 years of age
PlasticsBANList2016-11-4 – shows best and better alternatives to living without plastic.
Great Pacific Garbage Patch – information & more sites for personal action (Thanks to Jessica & her student David in Colorado)
Undergraduate course on marine pollution and debris – from U. of Hartford
Coastal Development & Tourism – From Ohio University
(environmental impacts and potential solutions )