SS53 Oral: Ocean and Freshwater Research in the Service of Education
 
Wednesday, Feb. 3   Location: Eldorado Zia A/B/C
 
08:30 - 08:45am   THE NYANZA PROJECT: A RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATES (REU) IN TROPICAL LAKE STUDIES
 
08:45 - 09:00am   THE F.I.R.S.T. PROGRAM: FEMALE INITIATION INTO RESEARCH IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
 
09:00 - 09:15am   CHESAPEAKE BAY SYSTEM, A MODEL ECOSYSTEM
 
09:15 - 09:30am   A NOVEL VENUE FOR MARINE SCIENCE EDUCATION: LOGAN AIRPORT
 
09:30 - 09:45am   USING LITERATURE TO TEACH SCIENCE: THOREAU AND LAKES IN THE LANDSCAPE
 
09:45 - 10:00am   OCEAN EDUCATION AT USF: WAVES OF FUN, MULTIDISCIPLINARY LEARNING FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
 
10:30 - 10:45am   INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM PROJECTS: A 21ST CENTURY APPROACH TO RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATES.
 
10:45 - 11:00am   AN APPROACH TO TEACHING ECOLOGY: LINKING THEORY, RESEARCH, AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES
 
11:00 - 11:15am   HAVE STUDENTS USE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND USGS STREAMFLOW DATA TO EXAMINE THE EFFECT OF LAND USE AND WATERSHED SIZE ON THE WATER AND NUTRIENT BUDGETS OF A LOCAL LAKE
 
11:15 - 11:30am   WATER ON THE WEB (WOW): MONITORING MINNESOTA'S LAKES ON THE INTERNET
 
11:30 - 11:45am   LAKE SUPERIOR DECISION SUPPORT FOR LAND USE PLANNING
 
11:45 - 12:00pm   THE FORMATION OF AN ACTIVE YOUTH ORGANIZATION TO PROMOTE COASTAL ZONE EDUCATION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
 

 SS53 Posters: Ocean and Freshwater Research in the Service of Education
 
Thursday, Feb. 4   Location: Sweeney
 
#1113   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BACKSCATTER AND CDOM ABSORPTION
 
#1006   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: PHOTOINHIBITION OF CHLOROPHYLL A FLUORESCENCE
 
#1015   AN INTENSIVE OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY TEACHING/LEARNING EXPERIENCE
 
#0993   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: CDOM ABSORPTION AND ITS EFFECT ON REMOTELY-SENSED REFLECTANCE MODELED WITH HYDROLIGHT 4.0
 
#1515   BUILDING SALT MARSH CANOE TRAILS, A MOTIVATIONAL TOOL FOR
 
#1658   USING AQUATIC ORGANISMS RESEARCH TO EDUCATE UNDERGRADUATES IN MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA
 
#1018   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: COMPARISON OF MEASURED AND MODELED ABSORPTION, SCATTERING, AND BEAM ATTENUATION FOR PARTICLES IN EAST SOUND
 
#0497   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: BUILDING A LEARNING COMMUNITY
 
#1666   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION INTO FLOURESCENCE-ASSOCIATED IRRADIANCE, SAN JUAN ISLANDS, WA
 
#1665   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: HYDROLIGHT IN THE CLASSROOM
 
#1664   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: VARIABILITY IN THE Q-FACTOR
 
#1662   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: MEASURING AND MODELING KD: HOW DO YOU GET FROM IOPS TO AOPS?
 
#1661   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: MULTISPECTRAL APPLICATION OF THE ROELSER-PERRY INVERSE REFLECTANCE MODEL
 
#1659   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: THE BIDIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE DISTRIBUTION FUCTION (BRDF) EFFECT ON INVERSION ALGORITHMS FOR IOP ESTIMATION
 
#1682   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: A PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THE LISST-100
 
#0560   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: INTERPRETATION OF THE SPECTRAL SHAPES OF PARTICLE BACKSCATTERING, SAN JUAN ISLANDS, WA
 
#0840   STUDYING EARTH'S ENVIRONMENT FROM SPACE: APPLICATION OF SATELLITE IMAGERY FOR OCEAN AND EARTH SCIENCE INSTRUCTION
 
#0670   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: MODEL CLOSURE BETWEEN REMOTE SENSING REFLECTANCE (RRS) AND INHERENT OPTICAL PROPERTY (IOP) MEASUREMENTS IN PUGET SOUND
 
#0562   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: INVESTIGATION OF CLOSURE BETWEEN MEASURED SCATTERING EFFICIENCIES AND THOSE DERIVED FROM THEORY
 
#1660   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: THE INFLUENCE OF CHLOROPHYLL A ON THE BACKSCATTERING COEFFICIENT BY PARTICLES