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Table of Contents Overview of Broadcast Series Overview Program Evaluations Activities Pelagic Zones - Where to Live in the Ocean Explore the Benthic Zones of the Ocean Environment Can You Recognize Me? The Nuts and Bolts of How to Name Things Meet the Marine Plankton Community Marine Plankton Identification Key How Much Plankton is There in the Oceans? Plankton Shapes - Maintaining Position in the Water Column Drifting With the Currents! When Two Currents Meet Create Your Own Marine Food Web An Introduction to Fresh Water Plankton Be an Aquatic Engineer by Constructing Your Own Plankton Net Plankton Series Quiz: Who Am I and Where Do I Live?
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Unformatted text preview: Student Materials Activity worksheets, graphs, and tables Teacher Materials Answer keys, picture identification Keys, and maps Background Information Program 1: The Who? What? Where? How? and Why’s? of Plankton Program 2: What Are The Major Plankton Groups? Program 3: How to Successfully Ride the Ocean Currents Program 4: Who Are the Predators of the Plankton? Program 5: THE BIG PICTURE: Satellite Oceanography Program 6: Comparing Fresh Water and Marine Plankton Supplemental Activities Marine Vocabulary Reference Materials Acknowledgments and References Other Sources of Information Suggested Books and Readings...
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