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Climate Change along Northeast Coasts and Estuaries

 
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Archive: Climate Change along Northeast Coasts and Estuaries

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Summary: Add this Web Seminar Archive to your NSTA Learning Center Library

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Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

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Summary: The Changing Hudson Project curriculum was developed by scientists and educators at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to help students understand how the Hudson River changes over time.

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Citizen Science: American Eel Research

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Summary: The American eel (Anguilla rostrata) is a migratory fish that is born in the Atlantic Ocean and enters North American tributaries as tiny "glass eels".

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Climate Change along Northeast Coasts and Estuaries

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Summary: November 10, 2010, Web Seminar Archive

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Climate Change along Northeast Coasts and Estuaries.pptx

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Estuaries 101 Curriculum

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Summary: The Physical Science Module consists of the following activities:

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Hudson River Climate Change Simulation

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NOAA's State of the Coast

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Summary: Our nation's coastal ecosystems are vital to our economy and quality of life; however, the health of these resources is in decline.

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The National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS )

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Summary: The National Estuarine Research Reserves System protects more than 1.3 million coastal and estuarine acres in 28 reserves located in 22 states and Puerto Rico for purposes of long-term research, environmental monitoring, education and stewardship.

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Estuaries

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Summary: SciGuides are a collection of thematically aligned lesson plans, simulations, and web-based resources for teachers to use with their students centered on standards-aligned science concepts.

Estuaries are bodies of water and their surrounding...

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Learning Lessons from Estuaries

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Summary: There is something that draws us all to the sea and especially to the fertile estuaries that nuzzle up to its shores. An estuary serves as both a nursery and a grave for sea creatures. This article describes annual trips to three islands in the Chesapeake...