Ice that forms in the polar oceans is an important driver behind the global climate. This ice is physically different from frozen precipitation in a number of different ways. In this brief inquiry activity, students make qualitative observations about two types of ice cubes and deduce ice composition based on their observations. This activity may serve as an introduction to
This mini exhibit explores the science behind climate change and introduces current climate change research to the public. Panels cover the topics of changing climate, ocean acidification and sea level rise, giving examples of how data is collected and current research in these fields. The exhibit also provides websites for further exploring climate change impacts.
As an educator you can from select a variety of Pacific animals and track their location. Animals have been tagged by scientists and are being monitored. You will be able to use real and on going data for a multitude of classroom activities with your students.
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Tagging of Pacific Predators began in 2000 as one of