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Index of Workshops for Educators

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Click on on the workshop dates for summaries of the presentations as well as a list of web-based resources.

August 2008
— "Happy as a Clam? -- How do we Know?: The secret lives of shellfish in our coastal waters"

November 2007
— "Tempests in the Sand: Finding Ancient Hurricanes in the Geologic Record"

March 2007
— "The Mystery of Animal Migrations: How Geochemistry Can Help Ecologists Track Fish"
— "Rapid Climate Change in the Arctic: Using New Instruments and Climate Models to Investigate a Fragile System"

October 2006
— "The Life and Times of Toxic Algal Blooms in the Gulf of Maine: Two Pieces of the Puzzle"

November 2005
— "Understanding the Tectonics and History of Earth's Ocean Crust Formation Using Magnetic Measurements and High Resolution Surveys"

August 2005
— "Why Worry About Fresh Water in a Salty Ocean? — Changes in Fresh Water in the North Atlantic and the Impact on Climate Change"



November 2004
— "How Volcanoes Make Life Possible (at the bottom of the ocean)"

June 2004
— "Monitoring Beach and Dune Dynamics"

November 2003
— "Right Whale Ecology at the Intersection of Science, Technology, and Conservation"
— "Designing a New Vehicle for Deep Sea Exploration and Research"

May 2003
— "Visualizing Flow and Drag on Fish and Squid"
— "The Lives of Jellies: Aliens of Inner Space"

November 2002
— "Particle Flux, Coccolithophores, and Climate: Linking Tiny Cells to Global Climate"
— "High-Resolution Imaging with Underwater Vehicles"

April 2002
— "Determining the Resistance of Marine Animals to Environmental Chemicals"
— "Marine Magnetotactic Bacteria"
— "Technology for Marine Exploration: ROVs and AUVs"
— "A New Look at an Old Oil Spill"

November 2001
— "Engineering for an Extreme Environment: Open-Ocean Moorings"
— "A Window into the Private Lives of Dolphins"
— "The Alvin Submersible and Deep-Sea Technology"
— "Dive and Discover: A Look at Hydrothermal Vent Geology"


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