An informal network of people who communicate about research in Alaska's seas
The Ocean Literacy Campaign just became a lot more fun. COSEE partners are well-acquainted with the essential principles and fundamental concepts of Ocean Literacy, and have seen to it that they are…Continue
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SEANET is the Ocean Scientists and Educators in Alaska Network and has the goal of promoting Alaska ocean and climate change literacy.
Network site additions are provided or moderated by COSEE Alaska. Please share news articles, educational resources, photos, and videos relevant to the network purpose and focus on the Alaska ocean and climate change. COSEE Alaska will post news articles on the blog based on their relevance, timeliness, and inclusion of scientific information based on peer-reviewed scientific literature or made available through government agency or research institution websites or press releases. COSEE Alaska does not review scientific information as to its accuracy.
Please share your ideas in the network forums and make connections with other people through the groups. For more information about participating in network activities, contact Marilyn Sigman, email@example.com.
All Resources Posted to this webpage have been archived on the COSEE Alaska website under the following topic links:
Alaska Ocean Climate Change (sub-topics: Climate Change - Arctic/Alaska & Global, Changing Arctic Sea Ice, Ocean Acidification, Changing Current Patterns, Changes in Alaska Marine Ecosystems, Communicating about Climate Change, Alaska Native Perspectives on Climate Change, Integrating Alaska Native Knowledge with Western Science)
Alaska Marine Ecosystems (sub-topics: The Arctic Ocean, The Bering Sea & Aleutian Island, The Gulf of Alaska, Marine Ecosystems and Polar Science)
Strategies for Education and Outreach (sub-topics: Communicating Science, Ocean and Climate Literacy, Culturally-Relevant Science Education)
K-12 Teacher Resources (lesson plans, multi-media, collaborative research opportunities)