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||Elementary School, Middle School, High School, Informal Education
The Podcast: Coral Bleaching Basics is a segment of the Web Seminar: NOAA: The Heat is On! Climate Change and Coral Reef Ecosystems II, Thursday, April 30, 2009. The podcast is 12 minutes 50 seconds in duration.
The source Web Seminar is the second of two scheduled as a follow-up to The Heat is On! Climate Change an Coral Reef Ecosystems Symposium that took place at the NSTA National Conference on Science Education in New Orleans, LA. In the program, Dr. Mark Eakin talked about coral bleaching and the death of large areas of corals reefs that have been associated with this phenomenon. He also presented data that showed global climate change as the cause of the problem and mentioned specific behaviors that all individuals can engage in to help slow the destruction of this critical resource.
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Ideas For Use
This seminar can be used by new teachers of Earth science, environmental science, and/or life science or by those who have not taught the topics of climate change, ocean ecology, and/or corals ecosystems in a long time. The presenters provided content update for understanding. Teachers may want to share this information with their students.
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Global climate change
|Intended User Role:||Learner, Teacher
|Educational Issues:||Teacher content knowledge, Teacher preparation
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