External Materials

TitleAuthor/OrganizationLinkAges/Educational level
The “What we know” initiative is dedicated to ensuring that the three “R’s” of climate change are communicated to the public.American Association for the Advancement of Science Linkseveral
Video: Ocean Acidification by the Alliance for Climate EducationAlliance for Climate Education Linkhigh school
Climate Variability and Change Lectures, July 2013MetEd – Collection of learning resources for the geoscience community Linkundergrad
The Bridge- a great collection of links to online resources for marine science educators.Virginia Institute of Marine Science Linkseveral
Complete set for a study of Algae Blooms, including lesson plan and a set of materialsMonterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Linkhigh school- undegraduate
Complete set for a 3-day Ocean Acidification study, including lesson plan and a set of materialsMonterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Linkhigh school- undegraduate
Educational videos on the life in the deep ocean and many moreMonterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute LinkSeveral
Presentations from Lectures in Ocean ColourIOCCG Group LinkUndergrad – Graduation level
EarthGuide Online Classroom: Several subjects with online resourcesEarthGuide / Scripps Institute of Oceanography LinkSeveral
Educational Website: Diving the deep – Elephant SealsEarthGuide / Scripps Institute of Oceanography LinkSeveral
Videos, slideshows and other materials on Coral ReefsNOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program LinkSeveral
Guide to Climatological PracticesWorld Meteorological Organization LinkGraduation level
Ocean Etiquette – Guidelines to responsible encounters with marine wildlifeNOAA – National Marine Sanctuaries LinkSeveral
Climate Crab toolkit:Toolkit contains: Climate Crab Action Handbook (PDF), Climate Crab slideshow (PPT) and an animation movie to raise awareness of impacts of El Nino/La Nina and explaining what is climate, weather and climatology. Dedicated to the South Pacific Islands habitants.Pacific climate change science/ Australian Government LinkSeveral
Once upon a tide: Educational tools and video to raise awareness for conservation of marine resources
LANGUAGE: SPANISH (VIDEO)
Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical Schoolenglish: Link

spanish: Link

eSurge Training course in Applying EOData to Storm Surge Modelling & ForecastingESA / National Maritime College of Ireland, Cork, on February 20th and 21st, 2014. LinkGraduation level
5′ animated video on how ARGO Floats workhttp://www.michw.com/ LinkHigh School – Undergrad level
MARE – Marine Activities, Resources & EducationLawrence Hall of Science – University of California LinkSeveral
Curso de Matlab com aplicações em Oceanografia Física
(Matlab course for Physical Oceanography)
LANGUAGE: PORTUGUESE
Dr Carlos Teixeira LinkUndergrad level
Sources and impacts of marine litterJane Lee/ MARLISCO LinkKids
E-lecture on Biological Carbon pumpASLO LinkUndergraduate level
Guide for teachers and organizers –
World Wetlands Day (2 Feb 2015)
RAMSAR – Convention on Wetlands Link15 – 24 years old
GEO Webinars – Several presentations exemplifying the use of Earth Observation tools on oceanography and atmospheric science
LANGUAGE: SPANISH
Group on Earth Observations (GEO) LinkGraduate level
National Geographic – The OceanNational Geographic LinkSeveral
OceanTeacher Global AcademyIODE LinkGraduate level
Practical Handbook of Remote SensingSamantha Lavender and Andrew Lavender Link
Marine Mammal Educational ResourcesMarine Mammal CommissionLinkK-12 (4 o 19 years old)
Free online course on Ocean LiteracyMillionlights and OceanfirstLinkUndergrad level
4OCEAN Plastic Cleanup InitiativeiDive BlueLink10th grade and above