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Marine Education

Integrated Social Justice Learning for Those At-Risk, by Natalie Zayas Delgado (Ages 10-19; GT109)

How to Float a Classroom, by Dayna McRoberts and Jen Guimaraes (All ages; GT109)

Love Our Coral Reefs, by Melody L. Russell, Stanton Belford, Laura Crowe and David Laurencio (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Understanding Micro Particles in the Oceanby Dodie Saunders and Katelyn Hunt (Ages 10-14; GT104)

Wheres Does the Plastic Go?, by Christopher D. Murakami, Suleyman Cite, Dane L. Schaffer, and Troy D. Sadler (Ages 14-19; GT102)

Watershed Stewardship through Hands-on Explorationby Darius Kalvaitis and Liz Heffernan (Ages 9-11;GT92)

The Ocean – Live! Anywhere! Anytime!, by Ali. L. Hochberg (Ages 11-19; GT92)

Rocking the Classroom from the Ocean, by Andrea Swensrud (Ages 14-19, GT92)

Real-time Teaching with VENUS and NEPTUNE, by Christian Levesque (Ages 14-19, GT92)

Putting Marine Science on the Map, by Jessica Neely and Andrea Swensrud (Ages 14-19, GT92)

Healthy Bodies, Healthy Oceans, by Rachel A. Luther and Michael P. Mueller (All Ages; GT92)

Using Folklore to Promote Ocean Literacy, by Catherine Lindsay Linsky, Sara Raven, Melissa Jurkewicz, Len Bloch and Brett Farkas (Ages 11-14, GT92)

Beyond our Beaches: Ocean Trash, by Skye Moret-Ferguson and Amy N. S. Siuda (Ages 12-17; GT92)

From Seals to Snails: Understanding Eelgrass, by Nora Beem, Michael Dufilho and Frederick Short (Ages 10-15; GT87)

Money From the Sea: A Cross-cultural Indigenous Science Activityby Gloria Snively (All Ages; GT86)

Year of the Ocean, by Rick Kool and Gail Littlejohn (All Ages; GT56)

Declining Fish Stocks: The Pieces of the Puzzle, by Jeanette Winsor (Ages 12-18; GT56)

Fishy Things to Do in Your Classroom, by Jeanette Winsor  (Ages 12-18; GT56)

Investigating Ocean Pollution, by Sue LeBeau (Ages 10-14; GT56)

One Fish Two Fish, by Michele Hoffman (All Ages; GT56)

The Steveston Fish Hatchery, by Bob Carkner and Barry Barnes (Ages 14-19; GT56)

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