Bridge: Online Ocean Science Education Resource Center
Amphipods: More than MudAdd to list Details
In this data analysis and environmental science activity, learners examine the effects of pollution on amphipods using data from the Chesapeake Ecotox Research Program.
Without An Ark: The Effects of Storms and FloodsAdd to list Details
April showers bring May flowers, but what do coastal storms bring?
The Dead Zone: A Marine Horror StoryAdd to list Details
In this environmental science and data analysis activity, learners work in groups to track a Dead Zone (decreased dissolved oxygen content of a body of water) using water quality data from the Nutrien
Chilean Sea Bass: Off the MenuAdd to list Details
In this data analysis activity, learners use data collected by the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) to study Chilean sea bass populations.
Coral Snapshots: Biodiversity in Marine Protected AreasAdd to list Details
In this data activity, learners analyze data from coral reef snapshots taken by scientists at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
Fish Eyes: More than Meets the EyeAdd to list Details
In this data collection and analysis activity, learners evaluate fish physiology and ecology using vision research data from Dr.
Sharks: Taking a Bite Out of The MythAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will explore trends in shark populations using shark landing data from the National Marine Fisheries Service.
Heat Capacity: Can't Take the Heat?Add to list Details
Why is ocean water sometimes the warmest when the average daily air temperature starts to drop? In this activity, learners explore the differing heat capacities of water and air using real data.
For the Birds: Environmental Effects on PopulationAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will investigate how shorebirds and seabirds are extremely vulnerable to changes in their environment, whether human-induced or otherwise.
Conductivity: Salty WaterAdd to list Details
Water, whether fresh or salty, serves as one of the best electrical conductors on the planet. Does salt effect its conductivity?