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Atlas of sedimentary structures in estuarine and tidally-influenced river deposits of the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt system : their application to the interpretation of analogous outcrop and subsurface depositional systems / A.W. Martinius and J.H. Van den Berg

Challenging the win-win discourse on conservation and development: analyzing support for marine protected areas

Ecosystems Animal Research Project

RESEARCH BOOKLETS/PROJECT BASED LEARNING: I created this set of Ecosystems research/notebook pages because nothing I found when searching for “animal research projects” really fit my needs for upper elementary students and our curriculum. These materials provide students with lots of opportunities to illustrate and create diagrams (as well as record factual information and details about habitats, ecosystems, and organisms).

Curriculum, Lesson Plans & Activities Access these Resources and Bring an Estuary into Your Classroom

Welcome to where we aim to advance estuarine and coastal literacy. Explore these living classrooms and laboratories - our estuaries -, discover their importance and beauty, and learn what you can do to protect them.

Levels of Organization in an Ecosystem || Click for More Info {GREAT site with TONS of info!}

Mini beast collages made with garden bits :)

DIY Tabletop Biosphere

Este proyecto DIY me encanta porque muestra una manera fácil de enseñar sobre biosferas, ecología y medio ambiente. También sabemos y es cada vez mas tangible que consumimos demasiados recursos; se ha creado entonces una cultura de hogares autosostenibles.

Join us in documenting the Matanzas region’s biological diversity to inform science and conservation in our region The Whitney Laboratory is located within the Matanzas River Basin (MRB); it is also part of the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve and includes the cities of St. Augustine and St. Augustine Beach and their watersheds. The Basin...

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