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The Podcast: Impacts to Coral Reefs: Watersheds is a segment of the Web Seminar: NOAA: Coral Reef Ecosystems I, April 10, 2008. The podcast is 10 minutes 24 seconds in duration.
The source Web Seminar was the first of two related to the NOAA Symposium that took place at the NSTA National Conference on Science Education in Boston, Massachusetts. The presenter talked about how watersheds, animals, industry, environmental stress, and human recreation (diving, sailing, and boating) are impacting the health of coral reefs. Drinnen also shared ideas of specific things we can do to help improve the health of coral reefs. The program was designed for educators of grades 5-12.
Click, NOAA: Coral Reef Ecosystems I to place the web seminar archive in your Learning Center Library now.
Ideas For Use
This resource can be used by new teachers of Earth science and/or biological sciences or by those who have not taught the topic of corals ecosystems in a long time. The presenters provided content update for understanding. Teachers may want to share this with there students.
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|Educational Issues:||Teacher content knowledge, Teacher preparation
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