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Children discover ocean life at the Smithsonian National Zoo's invertebrates exhibit in Washington, DC. Photo Credit: NOS/NOAAOcean observing is a complex and rich subject.Here, we have gathered formal and informal ...
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National Educational Websites

Interns receive training in the field NOAA is a central hub of educational programming, resources, and opportunities throughout NOAA offers programs, resources, tools, and more for educators, students, and anyone ...
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Regional Educational Websites

Regional Associations of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System Alaska ) is a close-knit team of ocean scientists, communicators and educators from the Alaska region who work closely with ocean ...
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Student Opportunities

Beach exploration Keep an eye on the U.S. IOOS ! SECOORA is dedicated to training the next generation of ocean experts. to see what opportunities are available throughout the year ...
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Using Real Data and Lesson Plans

Working on an ocean observing puzzle The integration of real world data into classroom instruction is a powerful means to increase student interest and understanding of concepts. These lessons present ...
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