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©1998 Project Oceanography Spring Series Ocean in Motion 1 Acknowledgments and References Special thanks to the people and entities that kindly allowed us to adapt, interpret, and/or reproduce information and activities from the following resources. Forecasting the Future, Exploring evidence for global climate change. Education Department, Stephen Birch Aquarium-Museum. National Science Teachers Association, publ. Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, University of Southern Mississippi, University of South Alabama, and NOAA Office of Sea Grant, U.S. Department of Commerce: Irby, B.N., M.K. McEwen, S.A. Brown, and E.M. Meek (editors). 1984. Diversity of Marine Animals . Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, University of Southern Mississippi, University of South Alabama, and NOAA Office of Sea Grant, U.S. Department of Commerce: Irby, B.N., M.K. McEwen, S.A. Brown, and E.M. Meek (editors). 1984. Marine and Estuarine Ecology . National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Office of Mission to Planet Earth. January 1994. The Living Ocean, SeaWifs: Studying Ocean Color from Space. National Science Foundation, University of Southern Mississippi: Walker, S.H. (project editor) 1996. Global Environmental Education Resource Guide for Middle School Teachers.
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