Online Resources: I have collected a set of valuable
web sites for doing research. I suggest you use them to get you started.
You may also use print resources and video based info. If you use a resource
not listed here, document it in your cited works (bibliography) at the
end of your report.
If a link is broken, use your online research skills to find the site/page. Copy the title of the source. Paste it in a web search engine. Search.
Oceans in peril - Smithsonian exhibit - http://seawifs.gsfc.nasa.gov/OCEAN_PLANET/HTML/peril_buoys.html
Where Land and Sea Intertwine - Virtual Field Trip
NOAA Learning Objects - many multimedia based lessons
WWF - Conservation of the Marine environment - http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/what_we_do/marine/index.cfm
Check out my activity to harness this resource.
Rubric Template at Bernie Dodge site | "Behold the turtle for he does not move forward without sticking out his neck." PBL site
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This project is released to public domain in honor of Jacques Yves Cousteau who inspired me to care about the oceans.
FAQ Posted 8/2005 by Cynthia J. O'Hora utd 1/2008
Aligned with Pennsylvania Academic Standards Explain how human activities may affect local, regional, and global environments.