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These open teaching materials are being utilized in a Seamanship course for undergraduate students by Captain Britt T.... see more

ChemSpider is a free chemical structural database providing fast text and structure search access to over 63+ million... see more

CitizenScience.gov (USA) is an official government website designed to accelerate the use of crowdsourcing and Citizen... see more

MarXiv Papers is a free, Open Access ePrint (preprints/postprints) repository for Ocean and Marine-Climate Sciences.... see more

Earth ArXiv is a free preprints archive service for the dissemination of scholarly manuscripts/datasets/knowledge in... see more

This open textbook is being utilized in a Global Studies and Maritime Affairs course for undergraduate students by... see more

This open textbook is being utilized in a Global Studies and Maritime Affairs course for undergraduate students by... see more

This open textbook is being utilized in a Global Studies and Maritime Affairs course for undergraduate students by... see more

This open textbook is being utilized in a Global Studies and Maritime Affairs course for undergraduate students by... see more

The objective of Listing of Open Access Databases (LOADB) is to create a web-enabled, linked, classified, and categorized... see more

This four-week unit contains activities in which students investigate the natural history of a wetland, identify its... see more

The Gulf Stream Voyage is an online multidisciplinary project which utilizes both real time data and primary source... see more

Waves play a major role in breaking down and building up coastline features. But other factors, including tides,... see more

This partnership of government and education seeks to: introduce educators to wetland habitats' functions and values;... see more

The National Speleological Society has compiled a list of links to educational cave-related sites. Links are divided into... see more

This report describes a study in which seismic profiling was used to re-interpret the origin of Upheaval Dome, Utah, a... see more

This resource, from Dave McShaffrey, Professor of Biology at Marietta College, explains how energy and pollutants move... see more

Oceans in the News is an editorial service populated with current ocean research and news articles. The service is... see more

This real-life expedition involves science teachers participating in a summer cruise focusing on interdisciplinary... see more

Without liquid water, terrestrial life could not exist. All living organisms on Earth depend on water and its unique... see more

Take your students on an EstuaryLive telecast! EstuaryLive brings free, live internet field trips in four different... see more

HBOI summer internships with stipend are open to graduate students and undergrads with minimum 2 years of class work... see more

This website provides datasets (starting in 1988) about tidal wetlands in Virginia, human impacts, management practices... see more

This teaching activity illustrates how levees on the Mississippi River exacerbated flood damage in St. Louis during the... see more