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Welcome to the Gallery of Public Maps. These maps have been published by the community of concept map creators who want to share their expertise on a wide variety of ocean and climate topics. Browse the maps below or use the search to find maps relevant to your interests.
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Number One
David Miller
12/6/2016
Rya Morrill - Ch 4 and 24
Rya Morrill - Ch 4 and 24
A concept map of chapters 4 and 24. Honors Chemistry.
Rya Morrill
10/23/2016
penguins at palmer station
penguins at palmer station
This map goes with the MBARI lesson on Are Adelies getting the cold shoulder. This is based on The LTER data at Palmer station
Jeff robbins
7/28/2016
mitosis concept map
jordan craven
4/13/2016
Biology
Biology
Biology Project
Dylan Richins
3/28/2016
Graduate Funding (Updated 06/15/2016)
IBP Webinars
10/27/2015
1 - How does water phase change in the earth system?
1 - How does water phase change in the earth system?
Water can be found in three phases on Earth: gas, liquid and solid (ice). When heat energy is added from the sun, phase changes may occur (e.g., ice melt, evaporation of liquid water). Understanding basic water properties is fundamental to studying the global water cycle.
Jason / Aquarius / AirMOSS Workshop
8/13/2015
2 - Where is water stored in the earth system?
2 - Where is water stored in the earth system?
This concept map shows the location and quantity of water stored on land, in the ocean, and in the atmosphere. It also traces how water fluxes between these major reservoirs (e.g., evaporation, precipitation). Various forms of water such as sea ice, soil moisture, groundwater, and land ice are also included.
Jason / Aquarius / AirMOSS Workshop
8/12/2015
3 - How can the movement of water, heat, and salt impact humans?
3 - How can the movement of water, heat, and salt impact humans?
Tracking the movement of heat, water and salt across the globe contributes to our understanding of the earth system. This map highlights human-relevant processes such as ocean circulation, El Niño / La Niña events, sea level rise, and fresh water resources.
Jason / Aquarius / AirMOSS Workshop
8/11/2015
4 - What types of water motion can satellites detect?
4 - What types of water motion can satellites detect?
Earth-observing satellites can detect the lateral movement of seawater while inferring its vertical motion. Examples from a NASA field experiment show how in situ and computer model data were used synergistically with satellite-based measurements to study the saltiest part of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Jason / Aquarius / AirMOSS Workshop
8/10/2015
5 - How do we detect water and its properties in the earth system?
5 - How do we detect water and its properties in the earth system?
Map outlines how satellite and airborne instruments (e.g., active, passive, gravitational) monitor elements of earth's water cycle. Surface properties such as sea level, roughness, salinity, and soil moisture are measured using altimeters, scatterometers, radar, and/or radiometers.
Jason / Aquarius / AirMOSS Workshop
8/9/2015
Making the Most of your Graduate Program
IBP Webinars
6/29/2015
Introduction to GEOTRACES - Map 1
Introduction to GEOTRACES - Map 1
Concept map presented by Dr. Benjamin Twining for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on April 30, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/14/2015
Introduction to GEOTRACES - Map 2
Introduction to GEOTRACES - Map 2
Concept map presented by Dr. Phoebe Lam for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on April 30, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/13/2015
Nutrients in the Open Ocean - Map 1
Nutrients in the Open Ocean - Map 1
Concept map presented by Claire Parker for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on May 5, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/12/2015
Nutrients in the Open Ocean - Map 2
Nutrients in the Open Ocean - Map 2
Concept map presented by Dr. Kristen Buck for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on May 5, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/11/2015
Nutrients in the Open Ocean - Map 3
Nutrients in the Open Ocean - Map 3
Concept map presented by Dr. Katherine Barbeau for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on May 5, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/10/2015
The Near Shore - Oxygen Minimums
The Near Shore - Oxygen Minimums
This concept map was presented for the GEOTRACES webinar series on May 7, 2015 by Dr. Dan Ohnemus and Dr. Carl Lamborg.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/9/2015
Hydrothermal Vents & Megaplumes - Map 1
Hydrothermal Vents & Megaplumes - Map 1
Concept map presented by Dr. Brandy Toner for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on May 12, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/8/2015
Hydrothermal Vents and Megaplumes - Map 2
Hydrothermal Vents and Megaplumes - Map 2
Concept map presented by Dr. Jessica Fitzsimmons for the GEOTRACES Webinar Series on May 12, 2015.
GEOTRACES Webinar Series
5/7/2015
STEM Graduate Fellowships and Personal Statements
STEM Graduate Fellowships and Personal Statements
Information on applications and personal statements targeted to students pursuing graduate programs in STEM.
IBP Webinars
5/1/2015
Sea Level Rise
Sea Level Rise
This is a guide to the concepts behind sea level rise. You can look at each aspect of the system - changes in time, physical mechanisms, and variability - by selecting the appropriate colored boxes. Each concept is linked to multiple resources so that you can explore whatever interests you in more depth.
Debra Tillinger
3/15/2015
Coral Reefs Cycle C
Lauren Usrey
2/28/2015
Coral Reef Degradation
Joni House
2/7/2015
How Do I Apply for Summer Research Experiences?
How Do I Apply for Summer Research Experiences?
A timeline created for the "Summer Research" webinar(s) presented by The Institute for Broadening Participation and COSEE-OS.
Carla Companion
1/21/2015

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