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Education & Outreach

Chocolate chip sea stars Smithsonian Marine Science Network provides support for education and outreach throughout the world. The following presentations offer examples of the extent of this outreach.

The Marine Mammal Program at the Smithsonian Institution.
James G. Mead, Charles W. Potter and Bernadette M. Allen
National Museum of Natural History

The Sant Ocean Hall
Ocean Portal
Carole C. Baldwin, Brian T. Huber, Jill Johnson, Michael Vecchione
National Museum of Natural History

Building bonds and breaking barriers: teaching with model ecosystems.
Cris Ryan
Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce

Science Education at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center: Hands-on Distance Learning for Coastal Ecosystems on Chesapeake Bay.
A. Mark Haddon, Dan Gustafson, and Anson H. Hines
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Bringing the outside in: up-close encounters with marine ecosystems.
Laura Diederick
Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce

Good Science Needs Great Story Tellers.
Alan M. Peters
National Zoological Park

Nature is Amazing.
Inez Campbell
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

The Smithsonian Marine Station: 35 Years of Marine Research in Florida.
Valerie J. Paul
Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce

Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems: 35 Years of Smithsonian Research in Belize.
Klaus Ruetzler and Carla Dietrich
National Museum of Natural History

 

 

 

 

 

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