Article in the Marietta Times in Marietta, Ohio about Amy Osborne's upcoming journey to Antarctica to study nudibranchs and sea spiders.
Amy Osborne on Rodeo Beach with a pipe cleaner sea spider announces her Antarctica depature date
Rings of life is a comparative lesson allowing students to investigate growth rings in walleye Pollock from the Bering Sea and Ponderosa Pine trees.
Students will be able to compare and contrast growth rings on fish and trees, showing just one of the tools scientists use to monitor the health of different ecosystems. Students will also be able
Students will develop an understanding of what it takes to interview scientists, and take the corresponding data and reformat it into an electronic medium.
Students will be able to write questions to scientists in the field, interview, take the data collected, and convert to an electronic format including MP3 clips and post to the Internet.