Real-Time Ocean Data in the Classroom

Murray, Laura; Gibson, Deidre; Ward, Angela
October 2008
Science Teacher;Oct2008, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p44
Academic Journal
The article discusses the use of the Internet to provide real-time data regarding ocean research in science education. The authors suggest that data from satellites, automated sensors and sound navigation and ranging (SONAR) equipment can be implemented in science curricula, allowing students to conduct research activities regarding how oceans affect weather, the geographical locations of marine animals and the effect of ocean temperature on climate change.


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