Oceans

Episode Challenge 7– What Would You Bring to an Underwater “Spaceship”?

Challenge: Draw a picture of what YOU think the next underwater habitat should look like! Will it be like Aquarius? Or the International Space Station (but underwater)? Or will you come up with something incrediby new and amazing? Fabien wants to know! With your parent’s permission, upload it to to Twitter and/or Instagram and tag… Continue Reading Episode Challenge 7– What Would You Bring to an Underwater “Spaceship”?

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Episode 3: How Do We Restore Our Connection to Water?

Meet the Scientist:  Dr. Kelsey Leonard  As a water scientist and protector, Kelsey Leonard seeks to establish Indigenous traditions of water conservation as the foundation for international water policy-making. Dr. Kelsey Leonard represents the Shinnecock Nation on the Mid-Atlantic Committee on the Ocean, which is charged with protecting America’s ocean ecosystems and coastlines. She also… Continue Reading Episode 3: How Do We Restore Our Connection to Water?

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Episode 1 Challenge– How Do You Map an Underwater Forest?

Make your own “underwater forest” in your house. Use cushions, chairs, or whatever you need to form a tunnel. Take a piece of rope and string it through your tunnel. Now blindfold someone (your friend, sibling, parent or YOURSELF) and follow the path through the forest by gripping only the rope. How was it? Difficult?… Continue Reading Episode 1 Challenge– How Do You Map an Underwater Forest?

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Episode 1: How Do You Map an Underwater Forest?

Meet the Scientist: Brian Helmuth Brian Helmuth, PhD., is an aquanaut and marine environmental scientist at Northeastern University who loves to spend his time diving and exploring the ocean as he studies the effects of climate change on bodies of water on our planet. Helmuth lab at Nahant Marine Science Center   ********************************************************************************************************************************* CHALLENGE: Make… Continue Reading Episode 1: How Do You Map an Underwater Forest?

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