Marine Biology: An Introduction to Ocean Ecosystems

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J Weston Walch Pub, 2002 - Science - 46 pages
These 14 lab activities bring to life the concepts and themes outlined in Marine Biology: An Introduction to Ocean Ecosystems. From “Mapping the Seafloor” and “Determining the Origin of Sand Samples” to creating tidal pools in the classroom and analyzing the Exxon Valdez oil spill, these activities will appeal to every student’s natural curiosity about the oceans.

Each activity includes a materials list, questions for reflection, and suggestions for further research. With this lab manual, your students will build critical-thinking, science process, and problem-solving skills, while they explore marine ecosystems and organisms.

See also the Marine Biology teacher's guide.

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I purchased all three books in this set and taught a short course to a small group of high school kids. We had a great time with this course! We did 10 experiments and held very intense all-day ... Read full review

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