SS6.04 Using Real-time Environmental Data for Education

Session Organizer(s):
Michiko, Martin
NOAA0-National Marine Sanctuaries
michiko.martin@noaa.gov

Ken, Casey
NOAA-National Data Center
ken.casey@noaa.gov

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 323 A

3:30 PM
Matsumoto, G I OVERVIEW: USING REAL-TIME OR NEAR-REAL-TIME DATA FOR EDUCATION

4:00 PM
Stewart, R H USING REAL-TIME DATA IN OCEANOGRAPHY COURSES AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL

4:15 PM
Martin, M J ; Coan, S M ; Armour, T CONNECTING THE NOAA NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES TO CLASSROOMS THROUGH TELEPRESENCE

4:30 PM
Joyce, P S ; Witting, J ; Zettler, E R ; Watkins, J M ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION IN AN UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM IN OCEANOGRAPHY

4:45 PM
Hannides, A K ; Measures, C I THE USE OF REAL-TIME DATA IN THE UNDERGRADUATE INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY

Date: Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Location: 323 A

10:15 AM
Madin, K A ; Gallager, S M ; Morrison, J R ; Lerner, S ; Harcourt, P THE AUTONOMOUS VERTICALLY PROFILING PLANKTON OBSERVATORY PROVIDES REAL-TIME OCEANOGRAPHIC DATA TO EDUCATORS

10:30 AM
Casey, K S ; Martin, M J USING OPENDAP AND LIVE ACCESS SERVER TO BRING REAL-TIME DATA TO THE CLASSROOM: LESSONS LEARNED IN TEACHER WORKSHOPS

10:45 AM
Hotaling, L A USING REAL TIME ENVIRONMENTAL DATA FOR EDUCATION

11:00 AM
Schloss, A L ; Ledley, T S ; Gould, A D ; Blaha, D ; Freuder, R TWO APPROACHES TO MAKING A LARGE INSTITUTIONAL EARTH SCIENCE DATA SYSTEM ACCESSIBLE TO EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS

11:15 AM
Zika, R G ; Woody, C E ; Dixon, T H ; Stabenau, E R ; Kearns, E J A MODEL FOR AN INTERNATIONAL REALTIME OCEAN OBSERVATORY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDIES

11:30 AM
Domenico, B ; Caron, J ; Ledley, T ; Pandya, R THREDDS (THEMATIC REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENTAL DISTRIBUTED DATA SERVICES): INTEGRATING ENVIRONMENTAL DATA AND ANALYSIS TOOLS INTO DIGITAL LIBRARIES

1:30 PM
Pandya, R ; Domenico, B ; Marlino, M SUPPORTING STUDENT LEARNING DATA: THE VIRTUAL GEOPHSYICAL EXPLORATION ENVIRONMENT.

1:45 PM
Heyer, C J ; Trice, T M ; Takaki, E ; MIchael, B D ; Magnien, R E EYES ON THE BAY BRINGS MARYLANDíS CHESAPEAKE AND COASTAL BAYS TO THE CLASSROOM

2:00 PM
Moxey, L E ; Polovina, J J IN-CLASS ACQUISITION OF REAL-TIME AVHRR SATELLITE DATA DIRECTLY FROM POLAR-ORBITING SPACE PLATFORMS: AN INEXPENSIVE AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATIONAL APPROACH

2:15 PM
Bonner, J S ; Page, C P ; Cahill, A ; Callicott, K ; Caso , C R ; Froyd, J ; Kramer, T ; Olivera, F ; John, K ; Uddameri, V ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATICS OF THE COASTAL MARGIN COMBINING RESEARCH WITH CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

2:30 PM
Tuddenham, P D ; Bishop, K O EXPERIENCE USING THE BERMUDA ATLANTIC TIMES SERIES IN EDUCATION

2:45 PM
Spoerri, C ; Read, A ; Crowder, L ; Halpin, P ; Best, B ; Freeman, S ; Hyrenback, D OBIS-SEAMAP: MAPPING THE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF MARINE MAMMALS, BIRDS AND TURTLES

3:30 PM
Simms, E ; McDonnell, J ; Hotaling, L ; De Luca, M BRINGING REAL-TIME OCEAN SCIENCE DATA INTO THE CLASSROOM THROUGH COASTAL OCEAN OBSERVATORIES AND THE MID-ATLANTIC CENTER FOR OCEAN SCIENCES EDUCATION EXCELLENCE

3:45 PM
Bingham, A W ; Heinz, S ; Rigor, E "NEREIDS", Distribution of Near-Real-Time Satellite Oceanography Products for Education and Research.

4:00 PM
Saltzman, J DEVELOPING SANCTUARY STEWARDS THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL MONITORING PROGRAMS

4:15 PM
Peri, F ; Gardner, B ; Chen, R ; Rudnick, S M REAL-TIME MONITORING OF CHROMOPHORIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) AND WATER QUALITY IN THE NEPONSET RIVER: USE IN LOCAL MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOMS.

4:30 PM
Cava, F M ; Martin, M ; Keener-Chavis, P USING DATA IN THE CLASSROOM-WHAT CAN TEACHERS USE?

Date: T,W,Th, February 17-19, 2004

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:30 PM
Whitmer, A C ; Blanchette, C A ; Caron, B BRINGING REAL-TIME DATA INTO THE CLASSROOM TO STUDY OCEAN SCIENCE

 
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