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Map 3: How does seawater move across latitudes - and why do we care?
When the properties of water are changed - including its temperature and density - freshwater may leave or enter a system, and this lateral transport, driven by currents and the Earth's rotation serve to move water across latitudes. This lateral movement of water is key to understanding long-term climactic changes in the ocean. (Map 3 of 3)
SPURS Webinar Series
9/17/2013

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Map 2: How does the atmosphere affect the ocean?
The atmosphere can add or remove water due to precipiation and evaporation, and can also add or remove heat from the ocean. Both the freshwater content and temperature of ocean water determine its density - ultimately responsible for the structure and motion of the ocean. (Map 2 of 3)
SPURS Webinar Series
9/17/2013

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Map 1: How does the atmosphere affect land?
The atmosphere affects land through the exchange of freshwater and heat - creating the patterns of weather and vegetation seen across the globe. This can create wet rainy reigions, or desert regions - both on land and in the ocean. (Map 1 of 3)
SPURS Webinar Series
9/17/2013

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The Heat Capacity of Water
This concept map explains heat capacity in water (i.e. heat storage in water molecules) and how this enables life to be sustained on Earth. It also depicts how heat travels through the ocean (slowly) versus through the atmosphere (quickly).
Ryan Cope
6/18/2013

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The Phases of Water
This map explains the structure of a water molecule and how changes in the structure of a water molecule create different "states" or phases of water: solid, gas, and liquid. The map also highlights the difference between sea ice and icebergs and what that means in terms of sea level and the "freshness" of ocean water.
Ryan Cope
6/18/2013

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The Properties of Water
This map depicts the differences between fresh and salty water, and how those difference affect water's temperature and density.
Ryan Cope
6/18/2013

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The Hydrologic Cycle
This concept maps shows how the water cycle is connected to Earth processes such as precipitation and evaporation and how these processes can affect global climate. The map also highlights ties between the Aquarius satellite instrument, salinity, and climate.
Ryan Cope
6/18/2013

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BI_workshop_Jarett
Map for Broader Impact workshop webinar
Jessica Jarett
5/10/2013

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Negotiating a postdoc position (IBP)
Concept map prepared by the Institute for Broadening Participation for the second Postdoc Webinar, focusing on strategies for negotiating a postdoc position. Resources included in the map include a 'checklist' for things to ask about when negotiating a position.
Carla Companion
5/1/2013

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Negotiating a Postdoc Position
Presented for the Institute for Broadening Participation's webinar on "How To Negotiate a Postdoc Position."
IBP Webinars
4/22/2013

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2013 Sensing the Cosmos Concept Map
This is a draft of a concept map for a middle school week-long STEM experience at the University of Notre Dame: see http://stc.michianastem.org
Thomas Loughran
2/1/2013

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What Have We Learned About the SPURS Site and What's Next?
Map developed for 12-Mar-13 SPURS webinar featuring Dr.Fred Bingham.
SPURS Webinar Series
3/12/2013

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What Affects Ocean Salinity and Why Should We Care?
Map developed for 05-Mar-13 webinar featuring Dr. Ray Schmitt, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
SPURS Webinar Series
3/5/2013

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What is a Sensor Web and How Does it Help SPURS?
Map developed for 26-Feb-13 webinar featuring Dr. Eric Lindstrom, NASA Physical Oceanography Program Scientist.
SPURS Webinar Series
2/26/2013

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Community and Two Year College Webinar
Concept map presented in the February 13, 2013 webinar, "From Community Colleges to Marine Sciences" presented by the Institute for Broadening Participation and COSEE - Ocean Systems.
IBP Webinars
2/8/2013

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What is an Osmotroph?
Created for the Turbulence Webinar series featuring Dr. Pete Jumars on February 6, 2013 at 7pm ET.
Turbulence Webinar Series
1/29/2013

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How Does Turbulence Shift Advantage?
Created for the Turbulence Webinar series featuring Dr. Pete Jumars on February 6, 2013 at 7pm ET.
Turbulence Webinar Series
1/29/2013

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How Do Copepods React & Interact With Turbulence at Small Scales?
Created for the Turbulence Webinar series featuring Dr. Jeannete Yen on January 30, 2013 at 7pm ET.
Turbulence Webinar Series
1/28/2013

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At What Scales can we Observe Turbulence and How Does it Impact Ocean Organisms?
Created for the Turbulence Webinar series featuring Dr. Jeannete Yen on January 30, 2013 at 7pm ET.
Turbulence Webinar Series
1/21/2013

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What is Turbulence and Why Do We Care About it?
Concept map developed by Donald Webster (Georgia Tech) for his 23-Jan-13 webinar (first installment of the three-part series).
Turbulence Webinar Series
1/2/2013

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What are the Basics of Concept Mapping?
Developed by COSEE-OS, this map has variety of useful and fun resources specifically designed as "warm-ups" for concept map skill-building: including "Conceptionary" (a variation on Pictionary), which provides practice in thinking about complex concepts and ideas, and "At the Movies", an exercise for honing linking phrases.
Concept Map Archive
10/20/2010

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What did COSEE-Ocean Systems Accomplish over its First Five Years?
Concept map developed for the "kick-off" meeting for the second phase of COSEE-Ocean Systems funding in October 2010. Map depicts original pilot projects (yellow), products and processes developed over time (blue, purple, green), and the first scientists to co-author online concept maps (orange).
Concept Map Archive
10/26/2010

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What Factors Influenced the LIfe of Luke Skywalker?
Concept map developed by COSEE-Ocean Systems to help people get comfortable with the mapping process and as a method for learning about each other and for team building.
Concept Map Archive
10/20/2010

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How are Data and Technology used to Study Right Whales?
Concept map created by Dr. Andy Pershing (UMaine) for the "Seasons in the Sea" educator workshop on July 10, 2008. This is the final version that was presented to high school educators.
Concept Map Archive
7/10/2008

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Which Concepts are Appropriate for "Oceanography 101" Courses?
Concept map created by Dr. Ru Morrison (Univ. of New Hampshire) for the "Seasons in the Sea" educator workshop on July 10, 2008. This is the final version that was presented to high school educators.
Concept Map Archive
7/10/2008

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How can the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill affect Marine Life in the Gulf of Mexico?
Christy Herren's map for National Marine Educators Association conference presentation in July 2010 depicting topics covered by a Newsweek article "What the spill will kill" (June 14, 2010; pg 24-27; Author S. Begley).
Concept Map Archive
7/21/2010

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How did Engineering make Measuring Salinity from Space Possible?
Concept map showing several examples of development -from an engineering perspective- of Aquarius instrument (which measures ocean salinity) and the SAC-D observatory prior to launch. Presented by Christy Herren at the National Science Teachers Association conference in March 2012.
Concept Map Archive
3/20/2012

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How can a Coastal Ocean Circulation Model help Fishermen in Dangerous Winter Conditions?
Map created by COSEE-Ocean Systems staff (Dec 2010) with the guidance of Prof. Bob Beardsley (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; ocean circulation modeler) and his modeling colleagues Changsheng Chen and Hdeong Liu at UMass Dartmouth. Map content pulled from a magazine article (Soundings, April 2009), and discussions with Prof. Beardsley about modeling.
Concept Map Archive
12/7/2010

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How can Science Content shared by one Scientist be Translated to Informal Educators for use by the Public?
Mini-case study into the "ripple effect" or "casade" of Dr. Hui Feng's (Univ. of New Hampshire) aerosol research -in concept map form- from scientist to informal educators at the Seacoast Science Center (Rye, NH). Information presented by C. Herren at the Ocean Sciences annual conference on 2/23/2010.
Concept Map Archive
2/20/2010

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Example of Concept Map for College Students: Final Exam Assessment Tool in Oceanography
Map shared by Prof. Robert Khederian (New England Institute of Art, Brookline, MA,) with COSEE-Ocean Systems staff (C. Herren and J. Albright) as example of how he used concept mapping with his community college students as an assessment tool on their final oceanography exam.
Concept Map Archive
4/6/2009

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What Factors Affect Zooplankton Distributions: Who is Where and When?
Concept map created by graduate student Christopher Manning for Univ. of New Hampshire Workshop "Seasons in the Sea" on July 10, 2008. This is the final version that was presented to high school educators.
Concept Map Archive
7/10/2008

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How do Scientists Study the Past to Predict the Future?
Map created by Dr. Arahdna Tripani and graduate students at the 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Faculty-Graduate Student workshop
4/4/2011

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How are Past Climates Recorded and Decoded by Scientists?
Map created by Dr. Aradha Tripani at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Faculty-Graduate Student workshop
4/4/2011

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What does that iPad have to do with your Clam Chowder Dinner?
Consensus map created by Dr. Lars Tomanek in collaboration with educators during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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Why are Species Where they Are?
Original map created by Dr. Lars Tomanek during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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Why should we Care about Invasive Species?
Consensus map created by Dr. Lisa Needles in collaboration with educators during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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What Factors and Processes Influence how Abundant an Invasive Species is in a Marine Environment?
Original map created by Dr. Lisa Needles during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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How do New Technologies (Sensors/Platforms) help us Better Understand Plankton?
Consensus map created by Dr. Mark Moline in collaboration with educators during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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How do New Technologies (Sensors & Platforms) help us Better Understand Plankton Ecology?
Original map created by Dr. Mark Moline during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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Why is it Important for us to Understand Coastal Ocean Dynamics?
Consensus map created by Dr. Paul Choboter in collaboration with educators during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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How have I used Mathematical Models to Understand how Topography Influences Upwelling and Currents off the California Coast?
Original map created by Dr. Paul Choboter during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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What can the Impacts of Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) on Marine Organisms Teach us about Human Response to UVR?
Consensus map created by Dr. Nikki Adams in collaboration with educators during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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What can the Impacts of Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) on Sea Urchins Tell us about Human Cell Response to UVR?
Original map created by Dr. Nikki Adams during the May 2010 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
5/25/2010

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How do we Follow a River Pollutant's Path through the Marine Environment with Computer Models?
Concept map created by scientist Mike Whitney and educators Carrie Birdsong, Louise McMinn, and Karen Romano Young at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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How do we Track River Plumes with Computer Models?
Concept map created by scientist Mike Whitney for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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Where do POPs come from and Where do they go in the Coastal Environment?
Concept map created by scientist Penny Vlahos and educators Karen Beitler, Peter Bertash, and Grace Jacobson at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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What are Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and How are they Linked to the Global Carbon Cycle?
Concept map created by scientist Penny Vlahos for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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How does the Movement of H2O affect the Movement of Organisms in Long Island Sound?
Concept map created by scientist Jim O'Donnell and educators Valerie Cournoyer, Linda Livolsi, and Mary Lou Smith at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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How does Technology Improve Search and Rescue in the Coastal Ocean?
Concept map created by scientist Jim O'Donnell for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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What is an Invasive Species and What Factors Lead to Successful Establishment?
Concept map created by scientist Kari Heinonen and educators Bethann Balazsi, Colin Lawson, and Margaret Tower at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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What is an Invasive Species? What Factors Contribute to a Successful Invasion and What are the Impacts?
Concept map created by scientist Kari Heinonen for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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What Happens when Grazers Eat Phytoplankton with Toxins?
Consensus map created by scientist David Avery and educators Kristen Andrews, James Backus, and Kim Martino at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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When Marine Grazers Evolve Resistance to Toxins in Prey, How could Whole Ecosystems be Affected?
Concept map created by scientist David Avery for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the University of Connecticut in October 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
10/9/2009

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What is Important to know about Seasons in the Gulf of Maine?
Concept map created by scientist Deb Goodwin and educators Edmund Chun-Taite, Carla Companion, and Sylvia Scharf at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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How are Plants Indicators of Climate Change? How can we Observe & Measure Climate Change Locally?
Concept map created by scientist Annette Schloss and educators Jayshree Oberoi and Betsy Stefany at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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How do Biomes Express Regional & Global Climate & Climate Change? How do we Observe & Measure Locally?
Concept map created by scientist Annette Schloss for presentation to educators at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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How do Humans Impact Ocean Acidification and What are the Consequences?
Concept map created by scientist Joe Salisbury and educators JB Kavaliauskas, Diana Payne, and Nicole Scolaat the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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What Key Concept is Important for your Audience to know about Ocean Acidification?
Concept map created by scientist Joe Salisbury for presentation to educators at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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Why are Shellfish Areas Closed?
Concept map created by scientist Ru Morrison and educators John Diamond and Aimee Hayden-Roderiques at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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How do Watersheds Influence our Ocean and Climate?
Concept map created by scientist Ru Morrison for presentation to educators at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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Why are there Seasons in the Gulf of Maine?
Concept map created by scientist Deb Goodwin for presentation to educators at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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What are Aerosols and How do they affect Climate Change?
Concept map created by scientist Hui Feng and educators Carrie Armbrecht and Kate Leavitt at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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How do Aerosols affect Climate Change?
Concept map created by scientist Hui Feng for presentation to educators at the Informal Educator-Scientist Collaborative Workshop, held at the Seacoast Science Center in June 2009:
Scientist-Educator Workshops
6/2/2009

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How do Phytoplankton Impact Humans?
Concept map created by scientist Timothy Moore and educators Phyllis Appler and Beth Marass at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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Why are Phytoplankton Relevant (Important) to Humans?
Concept map created by scientist Timothy Moore for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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How does the Landscape affect the Ecology of Coastal Waters?
Concept map created by scientist Linda Kalnejais and educators Marjorie Inderbitzen, Linda McIntosh, and Gary Neilsen at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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How does the Landscape Impact Coastal Waters?
Concept map created by scientist Linda Kalnejais for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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How can we Predict the Impact of Climate Change in the Ocean?
Concept map created by scientist Janet Campbell and educators Jill Denniston and Julianne Mueller-Northcott at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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Modeling the Ocean-Climate System: What is the Myth of the Single Model?
Concept map created by scientist Carolyn Jordan and educators Chet Orban and Steve Sousa at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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Modeling the Ocean-Climate System: Why are there Multiple Models?
Concept map created by scientist Carolyn Jordan for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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How do we know that Climate Change is Affecting the Ocean?
Concept map created by scientist Janet Campbell for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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What is the Evidence for Climate Change?
Concept map created by scientist Elizabeth Burakowski and educators Bryan Field, Maddy Kelly, and Polly Wilson at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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What are Long- and Short-term Indicators of Climate Change? How do we Know Human vs. Natural Causes?
Concept map created by scientist Elizabeth Burakowski for presentation to educators at the Educator-Scientist Concept Mapping Workshop, held at the New England Center in March 2009.
Scientist-Educator Workshops
3/14/2009

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Preparing and Applying for a Postdoc Position
Presented in a webinar on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 by Dr. Ashanti Johnson at the Institute for Broadening Participation.
Carla Companion
11/27/2012

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Applying for Summer Research Programs: Tips & Resources Nov 2012
Presented at a webinar hosted by the Institute for Broadening Participation on 11/28/2012
Carla Companion
11/28/2012

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How does Salinity affect Ocean Circulation?
Concept map created by Michael Yorke for the JPL Salinity Educator Workshop 2012.
Michael Yorke
11/9/2012

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Marine Mesograzers: Can Quantity Replace Quality?
Concept map for the article "Can quantity replace quality? Food choice, compensatory feeding, and fitness of marine mesograzers" by Edwin Cruz-Rivera and Mark Hay
Barbara Spiecker
11/9/2012

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How a CO2 Source can Become a Sink?
Concept map created by Dr. Doug Capone (Univ. of Southern California) for the November 2012 Salinity Educator Workshop held at JPL.
JPL Salinity Workshop
11/9/2012

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How is Ocean Modeling used in the SPURS Expedition? (Map 2 of 2)
Concept map created by Dr. Gene Li (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for the November 2012 Salinity Educator Workshop held at JPL.
JPL Salinity Workshop
11/9/2012

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What are Models and How do they Work? (Map 1 of 2)
Concept map created by Dr. Gene Li (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for the November 2012 Salinity Educator Workshop held at JPL.
JPL Salinity Workshop
11/9/2012

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How Does Salinity Drive Ocean Circulation?
Concept map created for the November 2012 Salinity Educator Workshop held at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The map was created Dr. Michelle Gierach (JPL) in collaboration with educators Leticia Escajeda and Matt Leader.
JPL Salinity Workshop
11/9/2012

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What are we Learning from Aquarius Data?
Concept map created by Dr. Yi Chao (Remote Sensing Solutions) for the November 2012 Salinity Educator Workshop held at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
JPL Salinity Workshop
11/9/2012

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What are the Connections between Climate and Heat Stored in the Ocean and Atmosphere?
Concept map created by Dr. Josh Willis (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for the November 2012 Salinity Educator Workshop held at JPL.
JPL Salinity Workshop
11/9/2012

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Colaboracion Internacional (Mapa 4 de 4)
Estos mapas son parte del seminario Ingeniería Acuario durante la Semana de la Ciencia de la Tierra.
COSEE Ocean Systems
10/17/2012

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?Como se mide la salinidad desde el espacio? (Mapa 3 de 4)
Estos mapas son parte del seminario Ingeniería Acuario durante la Semana de la Ciencia de la Tierra.
COSEE Ocean Systems
10/17/2012

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?Que es Salinidad? (Mapa 2 de 4)
Estos mapas son parte del seminario Ingeniería Acuario durante la Semana de la Ciencia de la Tierra.
COSEE Ocean Systems
10/17/2012

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Mapa Conceptual Principal (Mapa 1 de 4)
Este es el mapa conceptual principal de la Semana de la Ciencia de la Tierra webinar.
COSEE Ocean Systems
10/17/2012

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How is Carbon Dioxide Removed from the Atmosphere and Stored for a Long Time in Soils and Sediments?
Concept map created by Dr. Lawrence Mayer (UMaine) for presentation to students at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How do Scientists use Models to Track Right Whale Locations?
Consensus concept map created by scientist Andrew Pershing (UMaine), graduate students Marissa McMahan and Ashley Young, and post-doc Maria Nielsdottir at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How can Robotic Sensors Help us Understand Climate Change and the Ocean Carbon Cycle?
Consensus concept map created by Dr. Benjamin Twining (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) and graduate students Susie Arnold, Beth Campbell, Keri Lindberg, and Phoebe Jekielek at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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What is the Role of Benthic Organisms in the Global Carbon Dioxide Cycle?
Consensus concept map created by Dr. Pete Jumars (UMaine), graduate students Nicolas Record and Kristen Wilson, and post-doc Ian Salter at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How is Carbon Dioxide Removed from the Atmosphere and Stored for a Long Time in Soils and Sediments?
Consensus concept map created by Dr. Lawrence Mayer and students Zachary Helm, Mahima Jaini, and Peter Stetson at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How can Autonomous Sensors Help us Understand the Ocean Carbon Cycle?
Concept map created by Dr. Benjamin Twining (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) for presentation to students at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How do Models Help Scientists Learn about How and Why Right Whales Move through the Gulf of Maine?
Concept map created by Dr. Andrew Pershing (UMaine) for presentation to students at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How do Changes in Temperature affect Marine Food Webs?
Concept map created by David Fields (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) for presentation to students at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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How do Benthic Organisms Respond to Changes in both Abiotic and Biotic Factors in the Environment?
Concept map created by Dr. Pete Jumars (UMaine) for presentation to students at the Graduate Student / Faculty Collaborative Workshop, held at the Darling Marine Center in January/February 2010.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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Have Pipettes, Will Travel: Musings of a Nomadic Oceanographer
Many Learning Pathways in the Ocean Sciences Prof. Christina De La Rocha (Webinar 1, May 13, 2011, 2:30 pm ET)
Carla Companion
5/13/2011

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Why Do We Mentor?
Presented during the Many Learning Pathways in the Ocean Sciences webinar series by Prof. Brian Bingham. (May 26, 2011, 3 PM ET)
Carla Companion
5/26/2011

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Securing Funding for Graduate School
Presented at the July 25, 2012 Webinar by Chris Cash and Liv Detrick (Institute for Broadening Participation).
IBP Webinars
7/25/2012

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Graduate Funding (Updated 4/2014)
This updated version of the Graduate Funding webinar includes additional assets and resources.
IBP Webinars
7/23/2012

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Cassie Durette
7/17/2012

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Climate Change Teacher Workshop
This concept map was made during the Marine Habitats and Climate Change Workshop for Educators at MDI Biological Laboratory June 20th-23rd, 2012. Educators identified the relationship between climate change science and the social factors (human drivers) contributing to climate change as the key to being able to effectively communicate climate change to their students.
Jane Disney
6/20/2012

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How does injury affect benthic invertebrates?
The second concept map shown by Sara Lindsay (UMaine) during her June 2012 webinar focused on changes to individual behaviors and physiology that can occur when an animal is injured.
Benthic Webinar Archive
6/27/2012

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Benthic Webinar Series Overview
The first concept map shown by Sara Lindsay (UMaine) during her June 2012 webinar was an overview of the COSEE-OS Benthic Ecology webinar series.
Benthic Webinar Archive
6/26/2012

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How do Human Fishing Activities Impact Soft Sediment Habitats?
Concept map presented by Anne Simpson (UMaine) during her June 2012 webinar. She explored the commercial fishing practices of trawling and dredging and their short and long term effects on the benthic ecosystem.
Benthic Webinar Archive
6/19/2012

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Bioturbation and effects on sediment biogeochemistry
Concept map presented byNils Volkenborn (Univ. of South Carolina) during his June 2012 webinar. He addressed the techniques that can allow scientists to "see" under the mud to gather information about how worms, bivalves and other benthic organisms modify their environments by bioturbation.
Benthic Webinar Archive
6/12/2012

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Using Salinity Data and Concepts in Classroom Teaching
Concept map developed about Aquarius resources for elementary, middle and high school classrooms.
Annette deCharon
5/3/2012

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Why should we Care about Biodiversity Loss?
Consensus map created by Dr. Matt Bracken (Northeastern Marine Science Center) with graduate students during the April 2012 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
MSC Workshop Archive
4/25/2012

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What is Disease Resistance in Social Insects?
Consensus map created by Dr. Rebeca Rosengaus (Northeastern Marine Science Center) with graduate students during the April 2012 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
MSC Workshop Archive
4/25/2012

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What are the Impacts of Commercial Fishing?
Consensus map created by Dr. Jon Grabowski (Northeastern Marine Science Center) with graduate students during the April 2012 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
MSC Workshop Archive
4/25/2012

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Oceanography in the High School Earth Science Classroom
Concept map presented by Ted Taylor, Bangor High School during a May 3, 2012 webinar. He used a concept map to provide a context for his Earth Science curriculum, with tie-ins to topics that the students will learn (or will have learned) in other classes. The map, includes example activities, student work, and videos.
aquarius_epo
5/3/2012

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Mariah Statler
5/2/2012

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Using Aquarius Data: How is Inquiry-Driven Education Brought to the Undergraduate Classroom?
Concept map presented by Dr. Susan Lozier (Duke Univ.) during a May 1, 2012 webinar. Dr. Lozier shared a concept map to guide the audience through the history of inquiry, as well as to showcase some examples of student work.
aquarius_epo
5/1/2012

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How do Wild Fishing and Aquaculture Impact Fish Populations?
Original map created by Dr. Jon Grabowski (Northeastern Marine Science Center) during the April 2012 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
MSC Workshop Archive
4/25/2012

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Why should we Care about Biodiversity Loss?
Original map created by Dr. Matt Bracken (Northeastern Marine Science Center) during the April 2012 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
MSC Workshop Archive
4/25/2012

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How Do Social Insects Cope With Disease?
Original map created by Dr. Rebeca Rosengaus (Northeastern Marine Science Center) during the April 2012 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
MSC Workshop Archive
4/25/2012

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Michèle LaVigne
4/6/2012

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Essential Eelgrass: Ecology of a Vital Resource in Maine's Coastal Waters
This concept map was presented by Dr. Hilary Neckles at a March 8, 2012 webinar entitled "Essential Eelgrass: Ecology of a Vital Resource in Maine's Coastal Waters." hosted by the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory (MDIBL) and COSEE-Ocean Systems.
Eelgrass Webinar
3/8/2012

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Pat Harcourt
3/19/2012

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Energy Sources and Uses
A template map that students can use to see how energy use is related to sources of energy. The map is part of a larger discussion of how our energy use impacts the earth's climate.
Simon Wesley
3/14/2012

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Broader Impacts Overview 2
This map is an overview of several of the concepts related to creating better broader impact collaborations between scientists and informal educators. It is linked to additional maps related to the broader impact process.
Carla Companion
3/13/2012

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Broader Impacts Barriers
This map illustrates some of the concepts that relate to some of the barriers encountered throughout a broader impact collaboration between scientists and informal educators.
Carla Companion
3/13/2012

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Broader Impacts Outcomes
This map illustrates some of the concepts related to the outcome and evaluation steps involved in a collaboration between scientists and informal educators.
Carla Companion
3/13/2012

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Broader Impacts Collaborative Process
This map illustrates some of the concepts directly at work through a broader impact collaboration between scientists and informal educators.
Carla Companion
3/13/2012

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Applying for Summer Research Programs: Tips & Resources
Presented at a webinar hosted by the Institute for Broadening Participation on 02/28/12.
IBP Webinars
2/28/2012

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Broader Impacts Overview 2
This map is an overview of several of the concepts related to creating better broader impact collaborations between scientists and informal educators. It is linked to additional maps related to the broader impact process.
Steven Engstrom
2/12/2012

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How does Understanding Salinity help us Understand Climate Change?
Third map presented during a webinar held two weeks before the Aquarius/SAC-D satellite launch in June 2011. Principal Investigator (PI) Gary Lagerloef and Project Scientist Yi Chao discussed the technological development of the mission and key scientific connections between salinity, the water cycle, ocean circulation and climate.
aquarius_epo
5/25/2011

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How do you Summarize the effects of Sea Surface Salinity on Ocean Circulation?
Second map presented during a webinar held two weeks before the Aquarius/SAC-D satellite launch in June 2011. Principal Investigator (PI) Gary Lagerloef and Project Scientist Yi Chao discussed the technological development of the mission and key scientific connections between salinity, the water cycle, ocean circulation and climate.
aquarius_epo
5/25/2011

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What are We Learning From Aquarius Data?
Concept map shown during the Aquarius Webinar "What are We Learning from Aquarius Data?" (24-Jan-2012) featuring Principal Investigator (PI) Gary Lagerloef and Project Scientist Yi Chao.
Aquarius Results Webinar
1/24/2012

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Fishing and the cost of information
A simplified look at the process of learning in a fisheries context. What are the benefits of individual versus social learning? What is a decision tree and how does it reflect human learning?
Mike Kersula
1/20/2012

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How do We Cover the Globe with Aquarius Data?
Second map shown during the Aquarius Webinar "How do We Cover the Globe with Aquarius Data?" (17-Jan-2012) featuring Principal Investigator (PI) Gary Lagerloef and Deputy PI David Le Vine.
Aquarius Results Webinar
1/17/2012

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How Was the Technology for Aquarius Developed and How Does It Work?
First map shown during the Aquarius Webinar "How do We Cover the Globe with Aquarius Data?" (17-Jan-2012) featuring Principal Investigator (PI) Gary Lagerloef and Deputy PI David Le Vine.
Aquarius Results Webinar
1/17/2012

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What is a Geochemical Cycle? (Map 1 of 2)
Consensus map created by Dr. Katherine Barbeau (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) with graduate students during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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How does Ocean Life Mediate Geochemical Cycling within the Earth System? (Map 2 of 2)
Consensus map created by Dr. Katherine Barbeau (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) with graduate students during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What are Marine Protected Areas (MPAs)? Why are they Important?
Consensus map created by Dr. Brad Erisman (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) with graduate students during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What is the Role of Biological Light Production in Ecology and Technology?
Consensus map created by Dr. Dimitri Deheyn (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) with graduate students during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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How do Biological Processes Decrease Atmospheric C02?
Consensus map created by Dr. Lihini Aluwihare (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) with graduate students during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What are the Causes and Impacts of Sea Level Change?
Consensus map created by Dr. Neal Driscoll (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) with graduate students during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What are the Impacts of Sea Level Change? How can Technology allow for Better Predictions for 2100?
Original map created by Dr. Neal Driscoll (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What is the Role of Marine Biology in Decreasing Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations?
Original map created by Dr. Lihini Aluwihare (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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How does the Geochemical Cycle of Iron Influence the Diversity of the Phytoplankton Community (and vice versa)?
Original map created by Dr. Katherine Barbeau (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What are Marine Protected Areas and How do they Preserve Ocean Health and Human Livelihoods?
Original map created by Dr. Brad Erisman (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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How is Bioluminescence Important to Organisms and Humans?
Original map created by Dr. Dimitri Deheyn (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) during the October 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborative Workshop.
COSEE-CA Workshop ARCHIVE
10/6/2011

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What Factors Influence Dormancy in the Planktonic Marine Copeopd, Calanus finmarchicus?
Consensus map created by Dr. Jeff Runge (UMaine) in collaboration with educators during the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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What Evidence do we have for Climate Cycles?
Consensus map created by Dr. William Ellis (UMaine) in collaboration with educators during the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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What Happens to Run-off from a Typical Rainstorm?
Consensus map created by Dr. Damian Brady (UMaine) in collaboration with educators during the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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What are Cold-Water Corals?
Consensus map created by Dr. Rhian Waller (UMaine) in collaboration with educators during the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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What Role does Arsenic Play in Human / Animal Disease?
Consensus map created by Dr. Rebecca Van Beneden (UMaine) in collaboration with educators during the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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NAB Webinar V - Broader Implications of North Atlantic Blooms
In early August 2011, Craig Lee (UWashington) wrapped up the NAB webinar series with a "big picture" summary of what understanding the dynamics of the spring bloom will mean for scientists concerned about carbon and climate.
Public Maps
8/4/2011

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NAB Webinar IV - Marine Food Webs and Carbon Exports
During their July 2011 webinar, Nicole Poulton (Bigelow Laboratory) and Ivona Cetinic (University of Maine) describing the ecological succession that happens during a phytoplankton bloom, and the consequences for the marine food web and for carbon exports.
Public Maps
7/28/2011

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North Atlantic Bloom - Webinar Series Overview
An overview concept map illustrating the topics covered by the North Atlantic Bloom Webinar series. Click on the
square concepts to link to other maps in the series.
Public Maps
7/7/2011

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NAB Webinar II - Modeling Late Winter Conditions
Amala Mahadevan (WHOI) explained how modeling has helped researchers to better comprehend the physical dynamics behind what triggers the spring bloom during her July 2011 webinar. Her first map shows late winter conditions in the North Atlantic.
Public Maps
7/14/2011

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NAB Webinar II - Modeling Spring Conditions
Amala Mahadevan (WHOI) explained how modeling has helped researchers to better comprehend the physical dynamics behind what triggers the spring bloom during her July 2011 webinar. Her second map shows spring conditions in the North Atlantic.
Public Maps
7/14/2011

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NAB Webinar I: Introduction to the North Atlantic Bloom (NAB)
Mary Jane Perry (University of Maine) gave an overview of the North Atlantic Bloom Project during her July 2011 webinar. She described the fundamentals of how phytoplankton bloom in the ocean.
Public Maps
7/7/2011

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NAB Webinar III - Measuring the Bloom
Eric D'Asaro (UWashington), during his July 2011 webinar, presented his perspective on how it is possible to measure a moving, changing swatch of ocean at different scales, and the technology needed to collect meaningful data.
Public Maps
7/21/2011

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How might Climate Change affect Abundance of Calanus in the Gulf of Maine and How do we Study it?
Original map created by Dr. Jeff Runge (UMaine) for the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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How are some Environmental Contaminants Contributing to Human / Animal Disease?
Original Map created by Dr. Rebecca Van Beneden (UMaine) for the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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Why Do Oxygen Isotopes vary in Foraminifera Shells? (Map 2 of 2)
Original Map created by Dr. William Ellis (UMaine) for the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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How do we Model and Manage the Effects of Eutrophication?
Original map created by Dr. Damian Brady (UMaine) during the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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In what ways are Tropical and Cold-water Corals Similar?
Original Map created by Dr. Rhian Waller (UMaine) for the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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Where can we Find Evidence of Glacial / Interglacial Cycling? (Map 1 of 2)
Original Map created by Dr. William Ellis (UMaine) for the July 2011 Curriculum Development Workshop at Colby College.
Curriculum Development Workshop ARCHIVE
7/19/2011

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How does Climate Change affect the Oceans?
Consensus map created by Dr. Helga Gomes (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) with educators Sue Klemmer and
Laura Woods during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop. The target audience level is high school freshman-sophomore.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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What Role do Microbes play in the Carbon Cycle?
Consensus map created by Dr. Michael Sieracki (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) with educators Paul McGuinness,
Sue Richman, and Margo Murphy during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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How do we take the Pulse of the Earth?
Consensus map created by Dr. Joaquim Goes (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) with educators during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop. This map shows how data collection from the land, ocean and atmosphere lead to the conclusion that the Earth is warming and that anthropogenic sources of CO2 account for the increase.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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What are the Connections between Climate Change and Ocean Biodiversity?
Original map created by Dr. Collin Roesler (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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What is the Process of Scientific Modeling?
Dr. Fei Chai's original scientist map created at the Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop held in November 2008 at the Darling Marine Center.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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What are some Important Climate Change Connections?
Original map created by Dr. Helga Gomes (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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What is the Biological Pump and what effect does it have on the Carbon Cycle?
Original map created by Dr. Michael Sieracki (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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Do you believe in Global Warming and Climate Change?
Original map created by Dr. Joaquim Goes (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) during the November 2008 Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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The Water Cycle (5th and 6th grade audience)
Presentation on the Water Cycle aimed at 5th and 6th grade students, created by David Ramirez during the NASA Aquarius pre-launch workshop.
David Ramirez
6/4/2011

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5th grade salinity map
Understanding our ocean's salinity and how changes can impact our future created by Pamela Pittman during the NASA Aquarius pre-launch workshop.
Pamela Pittman
6/4/2011

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How was the Technology for Aquarius Developed and How Will It Work?
First map presented during a webinar held two weeks before the Aquarius/SAC-D satellite launch in June 2011. Principal Investigator (PI) Gary Lagerloef and Project Scientist Yi Chao discussed the technological development of the mission and key scientific connections between salinity, the water cycle, ocean circulation and climate.
aquarius_epo
5/25/2011

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What does Sea Surface Salinity tell us about the Global Water Cycle?
Interactive concept map developed by Dr. Felix Landerer (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for a June 2011 educator workshop held days before the launch of NASA's Aquarius instrument to measure the saltiness, or salinity, of the global ocean.
JPL Workshop Scientists
6/3/2011

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How do the Oceans and Atmosphere Affect Climate Over Time Scales of a Few Years to Hundreds of Years?
Interactive concept map developed by Dr. Victor Zlotnicki (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for a June 2011 educator workshop held days before the launch of NASA's Aquarius instrument to measure the saltiness, or salinity, of the global ocean.
JPL Workshop Scientists
6/3/2011

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How Does Salinity Drive Ocean Circulation?
Interactive concept map developed by Dr. Tony Lee (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for a June 2011 educator workshop held days before the launch of NASA's Aquarius instrument to measure the saltiness, or salinity, of the global ocean.
JPL Workshop Scientists
6/3/2011

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Can Aquarius Help Understand and Predict Ocean-Ice Interactions?
Interactive concept map developed by Dr. Dimitris Menemenlis (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for a June 2011 educator workshop held days before the launch of NASA's Aquarius instrument to measure the saltiness, or salinity, of the global ocean.
JPL Workshop Scientists
6/3/2011

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What are the Connections Between Climate and Heat Stored in the Ocean and Atmosphere?
Interactive concept map developed by Dr. Josh Willis (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) for a June 2011 educator workshop held days before the launch of NASA's Aquarius instrument to measure the saltiness, or salinity, of the global ocean.
JPL Workshop Scientists
6/3/2011

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How does Climate Change affect Fish Larvae and the Food Chain?
Consensus map created by Dr. David Fields (Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences) and graduate students during the February 2010 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop at the Darling Marine Center, Walpole, ME.
SciGrad Collaborative Workshop Archive
2/1/2010

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Broader Impacts Barriers
This map illustrates some of the concepts that relate to some of the barriers encountered throughout a broader impact collaboration between scientists and informal educators.
Steven Engstrom
5/16/2011

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Broader Impacts Outcomes
This map illustrates some of the concepts related to the outcome and evaluation steps involved in a collaboration between scientists and informal educators.
Steven Engstrom
5/15/2011

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Broader Impacts Collaborative Process
This map illustrates some of the concepts directly at work through a broader impact collaboration between scientists and informal educators.
Steven Engstrom
5/15/2011

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Is the Ocean going to Solve our CO2 Problem?
Consensus map created by Dr. Elizabeth Sikes (Rutgers Univ.) and graduate students for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How does the Ocean affect Climate?
Consensus map created by Dr. Jim Miller (Rutgers Univ.) and graduate students for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How do we make Fuel while Helping Stop Climate Change and Protecting our Crop Resources?
Consensus map created by Dr. Debashish Bhattacharya (Rutgers Univ.) and graduate students for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How does the Ocean Work? (Map 2 of 2)
Consensus map created by Dr. Lee Kerkhof (Rutgers Univ.) and graduate students for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How Does the Ocean Work? (Map 1 of 2)
Consensus map created by Dr. Lee Kerkhof (Rutgers Univ.) and graduate students for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How do we Explore the Oceans Today? How will our Kids Explore the Ocean Tomorrow?
Original map created by Dr. Oscar Schofield (Rutgers Univ.) and graduate students for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How do we Explore the Oceans Today? How will our Kids Explore the Ocean Tomorrow?
Original map created by Dr. Oscar Schofield (Rutgers Univ.) for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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Is the Ocean the Same Everywhere?
Original map created by Dr. Lee Kerkhof (Rutgers Univ.) for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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Is the Ocean going to Solve our CO2 Problem?
Original map created by Dr. Elizabeth Sikes (Rutgers Univ.) for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How does the Ocean affect Climate Change?
Original map created by Dr. Jim Miller (Rutgers Univ.) for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How do we make Fuel while Helping Stop Climate Change and Protecting our Crop Resources?
Original map created by Dr. Debashish Bhattacharya (Rutgers Univ.) for the COSEE NOW Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop in May 2011.
Fac Grad Archive COSEE NOW
5/12/2011

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How do Scientists Study the Past to Predict the Future?
Map created by Dr. Arahdna Tripani and graduate students at the 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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What Role do Phytoplankton Play in Carbon Cycling?
Map created by Dr. Sergio Wilhelmy and graduate students at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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How do Humans affect Estuaries?
Map created by Dr. Peggy Fong and graduate students at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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Are Shark Populations Declining? What Can we do About It?
Map created by Dr. Chris Lowe and graduate students at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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What do Microbes do for the Ocean? (And the World?)
Map created by Dr. Jed Fuhrman and graduate students at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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How are Past Climates Recorded and Decoded by Scientists?
Map created by Dr. Aradha Tripani at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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What Role do Phytoplankton Play in Carbon Cycling? What Trace Metals / Vitamins play a Key Role in this Process?
Map created by Dr. Sergio Wilhelmy at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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What do Microbes do for the Ocean? (And the World?)
Map created by Dr. Jed Fuhrman at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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How do Humans affect Ecosystem Function and Services in Estuaries?
Created by Dr. Peggy Fong for the April 2011 COSEE West Faculty-Graduate Student workshop at the University of Southern California.
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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How are Scientists and Resource Managers Working Together to Address Shark Decline and World Shark Populations?
Map created by Dr. Chris Lowe at the April 2011 Faculty-Graduate Student workshop held at COSEE West (University of Southern California).
COSEE West Workshop Archive
4/4/2011

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How do Lobsters Survive in the Gulf of Maine from Hatch to Catch?
Concept map presented by Dr. Rick Wahle during his February 2011 webinar. His map provides a wealth of information about the life cycle of American lobsters (Homeras americanus); their settlement process and the predation, environmental, and disease factors affecting their survival and recruitment to later life stages.
Role Model Webinar
2/16/2011

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How can a coastal ocean circulation model help fishermen in dangerous winter conditions?
Map created by COSEE-Ocean Systems staff (Dec 2010) with the guidance of Prof. Bob Beardsly (WHOI; ocean circulation modeler) and his modeling colleagues Changsheng Chen and Hdeong Liu at UMass Dartmouth. Map content pulled from a magazine article (Soundings, April 2009), and discussions with Prof. Beardsley about modeling.
Christy Herren
12/17/2010

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What is the Role of Iron in the Carbon Cycle and Climate Change? (Map 3 of 3)
Third concept map shown by Dr. Fei Chai during his December 2010 webinar. He outlined the current understanding of, and debate concerning, climate change and global warming. His map contains many useful graphs, charts, and diagrams showing evidence of the increases in temperature and carbon outputs, sea level rise, and the increased incidence of natural disasters.
Role Model Webinar
12/1/2010

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What is the Role of Iron in the Carbon Cycle and Climate Change? (Map 2 of 3)
Second concept map shown by Dr. Fei Chai during his December 2010 webinar. He outlined the current understanding of, and debate concerning, climate change and global warming. His map contains many useful graphs, charts, and diagrams showing evidence of the increases in temperature and carbon outputs, sea level rise, and the increased incidence of natural disasters.
Role Model Webinar
12/1/2010

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What is the Role of Iron in the Carbon Cycle and Climate Change? (Map 1 of 3)
First concept map shown by Dr. Fei Chai during his December 2010 webinar. He outlined the current understanding of, and debate concerning, climate change and global warming. His map contains many useful graphs, charts, and diagrams showing evidence of the increases in temperature and carbon outputs, sea level rise, and the increased incidence of natural disasters.
Role Model Webinar
12/1/2010

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How do Nutrients and Pollutants affect Estuaries? (Map 2 of 2)
Second concept map presented by Linda Kalnejais during her November 2010 webinar. She focused on nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous and iron, which are necessary for the survival of organisms. However, when they accumulate in excess, nutrients can endanger the health of the organisms by creating poor water quality conditions, even dead zones.
Role Model Webinar
11/17/2010

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How do Nutrients and Pollutants affect Estuaries? (Map 1 of 2)
First concept map presented by Linda Kalnejais during her November 2010 webinar. She focused on nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous and iron, which are necessary for the survival of organisms. However, when they accumulate in excess, nutrients can endanger the health of the organisms by creating poor water quality conditions, even dead zones.
Role Model Webinar
11/17/2010

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How do human activities affect climate change and biodiversity?
Consensus map created by Dr. Collin Roesler and educators Kaitlin Fielder, Sharon Gallant and Gineen Rhodes during the Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop held in November 2008 at the Darling Marine Center.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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Modeling the Ocean-Climate System - What is the Myth of a Single Model?
Second map shown during Carolyn Jordan's (UNH) November 2010 webinar. She addressed how models are used in studying ocean/climate systems. Her concept maps illustrate some of the physical, chemical and biological processes that are taken into account in her models.
Role Model Webinar
11/3/2010

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Modeling the Ocean Climate System - Why are there multiple models?
First map shown during Carolyn Jordan's (UNH) November 2010 webinar. She addressed how models are used in studying ocean/climate systems. Her concept maps illustrate some of the physical, chemical and biological processes that are taken into account in her models.
Role Model Webinar
11/3/2010

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What are Multiple Factors that Influence Climate Change?
Consensus Map created by Dr. Fei Chai and educators Heather Sinclair, Ginny Brackett, and Rebecca Shuman during the Scientist-Educator Collaborative Workshop held in November 2008 at the Darling Marine Center.
sciedu_workshop 2008
11/22/2008

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How do Icebergs Impact their Surrounding Waters? (Map 2 of 2)
Map 2 of 2 created for the 10-20-10 ROLE Model Webinar.
Created by Dr. Benjamin Twining, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
Role Model Webinar
10/20/2010

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How do we Study the Waters around Icebergs? (Map 1 of 2)
Map 1 of 2, created for the 10-20-10 ROLE Model Webinar. Created by Dr. Benjamin Twining, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
Role Model Webinar
10/20/2010

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What is the Relationship between Sequestered Carbon and the Carbon Cycle? (Map 3 of 3)
During an October 2010 webinar, scientist Larry Mayer talked about carbon - how it moves between air, sea and sediment in earth systems. The topic has important implications for climate change and he described carbon as a "genie in a bottle" that humans are now releasing. His series of three concept maps explained current best estimates about "standing stock" of carbon in different locations and forms, and illustrated rates of transfer between, and the residence times in, each location.
Role Model Webinar
10/6/2010

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What is the Relationship between Sequestered Carbon and the Carbon Cycle? (Map 1 of 3)
During an October 2010 webinar, scientist Larry Mayer talked about carbon - how it moves between air, sea and sediment in earth systems. The topic has important implications for climate change and he described carbon as a "genie in a bottle" that humans are now releasing. His series of three concept maps explained current best estimates about "standing stock" of carbon in different locations and forms, and illustrated rates of transfer between, and the residence times in, each location.
Role Model Webinar
10/6/2010

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What is the Relationship between Sequestered Carbon and the Carbon Cycle? (Map 2 of 3)
During an October 2010 webinar, scientist Larry Mayer talked about carbon - how it moves between air, sea and sediment in earth systems. The topic has important implications for climate change and he described carbon as a "genie in a bottle" that humans are now releasing. His series of three concept maps explained current best estimates about "standing stock" of carbon in different locations and forms, and illustrated rates of transfer between, and the residence times in, each location.
Role Model Webinar
10/6/2010

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How do Organisms "Make a Living" at Hydrothermal Vents?
Created for 08/10/10 ROLE Model webinar by Dr. Peter Girguis (Harvard University).
Role Model Webinar
8/10/2010

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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: What was the Role of Microbes?
Concept map presented by Drs. Karen Orcutt and Kjell Gundersen during their March 2011 webinar. It focused on the role of microbes in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They provided specific description of the chemical interaction between microbes and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and went into depth about the processes of the "biological pump."
Role Model Webinar
3/23/2011

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Where do Persistent Organic Pollutants Come from and Where do they Go in the Coastal Environment?
Map created for Sept. 22, 2010 ROLE Model Webinar featuring Dr. Penny Vlahos (University of Connecticut).
Role Model Webinar
9/22/2010

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NASA Scientists Use Satellite Data to See and Understand Floods
This map was developed for use during a 2014 NASA Earth Science Week webinar event hosted by COSEE-OS and involves the research from two Jet Propulsion Laboratory researchers: Jorge Vazquez of the Aquarius satellite mission, and JT Reager, from the GRACE mission.
Ryan Cope
10/15/2014

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Understanding the Global Water Cycle with NASA's Aquarius and GRACE Satellites
This overview concept map was developed for use during a 2014 NASA Earth Science Week webinar event hosted by COSEE-OS with researchers from both the Aquarius (Jorge Vazquez) and GRACE (J.T. Reager) satellite missions and representing NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Ryan Cope
10/10/2014

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Ariff Zulfa
8/11/2014

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Ariff Zulfa
8/7/2014

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Ariff Zulfa
8/6/2014

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RUIO_sum14_KAPC
Intro to Oceanography final project by Kevin Amditis and Phill Cain
kevin amditis
8/6/2014

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NPZ Conceptual Model IRL
Nutrient-Phytoplankton-Zooplankton conceptual model for the Indian River Lagoon, Florida
Rhiana Rolland
7/17/2014

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Where does it flow? Tracking the Movements of Marine Debris
This concept map was presented by Dr. Nikolai Maximenko and Dr. Jan Hafner (University of Hawaii) for the second installment of the Marine Debris webinar series on May 7, 2014. It discusses the use of models to track and predict the locations of marine debris - including in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Ryan Cope
5/8/2014

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Kirill Vinnikov
4/29/2014

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Broadening Participation Resources
Concept map prepared by the Institute for Broadening Participation as an introduction to IBP's resources for broadening participation in STEM.
IBP Webinars
4/29/2014

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Life in the Plastisphere: What do we know about plastics in the ocean?
This concept map was presented by Dr. Erik Zettler (Sea Education Association) for the first installment of the Marine Debris webinar series on April 30, 2014. It discusses the properties of plastics that make their way into the ocean, as well as the research behind investigating the potential effects of plastic in the marine environment.
Carla Companion
4/25/2014

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climate change and society
a simple climate change concept map on the effects climate change has on society
Kelsey Monahan
4/17/2014

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Mitchell Jabs
4/14/2014

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Biodiversity and Global Climate Change
How is biodiversity affected by climate change?
Chelsea Spieth
4/11/2014

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What are the Effects of Snow Melt on Monsoon-driven Primary Productivity?
Concept map by COSEE-OS in collaboration with Joaquim Goes and Helga Gomes (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory) who are researching the connections among snow cover in the Himalayas, monsoon winds, coastal upwelling, and primary productivity in the Arabian Sea.
Lisa Taylor
4/8/2014

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Seaweed Genetic Diversity on Rocky Shores
Map explains what genetic diversity is and how it influences the ecology of communities and ecosystems. Research investigating the importance of genetic diversity of the brown seaweed, Fucus vesiculosus, is highlighted.
Kylla Benes
3/7/2014

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Lobster Behavior
Concept map produced by Daniel Blustein of Northeastern University's Marine Science Center exploring the basis of adaptive behavior in lobsters
Daniel Blustein
3/6/2014

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Kate McClure's Research
This map illustrates Kate McClure's work on rocky intertidal communities in the Gulf of Maine as a PhD student at Northeastern University's Marine Science Center.
Kate McClure
3/5/2014

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janet richardson
2/1/2014

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Making the most of a postdoc position (IBP)
Concept map prepared by the Institute for Broadening Participation for the second Postdoc Webinar, focusing on strategies for negotiating a postdoc position. Resources included in the map include a 'checklist' for things to ask about when negotiating a position.
IBP Webinars
1/22/2014

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Nutrient Cycling on Rocky Shores
As human actions continuously alter nutrient levels in coastal habitats, it is important to understand the role of natural processes in these changing nutrient regimes and how individual organisms, and whole food webs respond to these changes in nutrient availability. Author: Valerie Perini Email: perini.val@gmail.com Website: valperini.weebly.com
Valerie Perini
1/14/2014

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Lara Lewis - Animal Behavior & Control (Jan 13)
My research explores the connections between voluntary behaviors and how they are coordinated by the body and nervous system.
Lara Lewis
3/5/2014

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Salinity Matters: Ocean Circulation
This concept map illustrates connections between the sun's heat, ocean circulation and climate.
Annette deCharon
1/13/2014

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Salinity Matters: Water Cycle
This concept map illustrates connections between the water cycle, climate, and salinity.
Annette deCharon
1/13/2014

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International Collaboration (2 of 3)
This translated concept map (2 of 3) was developed for use during a Spanish-langage webinar hosted by COSEE-OS with presenters representing the Argentina Space Agency, NASA's JPL, and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.
Earth Science Week Webinar 2013
12/3/2013

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Mapping Our World with Aquarius/SAC-D (1 of 3)
This translated concept map (1 of 3) was developed for use during a Spanish-langage webinar hosted by COSEE-OS with presenters representing the Argentina Space Agency, NASA's JPL, and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.
Earth Science Week Webinar 2013
12/3/2013

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Mapping Stories Around the World (3 of 3)
This translated concept map (3 of 3) was developed for use during a Spanish-langage webinar hosted by COSEE-OS with presenters representing the Argentina Space Agency, NASA's JPL, and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.
Earth Science Week Webinar 2013
12/3/2013

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Applying for Summer Research Programs: Tips & Resources
Presented at a webinar hosted by the Institute for Broadening Participation
IBP Webinars
11/19/2013

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Oil spills and zooplankton
Illustrating the process of an oil spill event, and its projected effect on zooplankton communities
naomi yoder
11/10/2013

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Earth Science Week Webinar 2013
10/9/2013

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Earth Science Week Webinar 2013
10/9/2013

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Earth Science Week Webinar 2013
10/9/2013

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What has the SPURS central buoy been measuring - and why?
Presented by Tom Farrar (WHOI), this map explores the instrumentation and measurements contained on the SPURS central buoy - and how those measurements are combined to attempt to calculate a "salt budget" for the SPURS research area.
SPURS Webinar Series
9/30/2013

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James Fiorendino
9/28/2013

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SPURS Ocean Thinking: From Skin To Deep
Presented by Dr. Stephen Riser (University of Washington) this map explores how technologies such as Argo floats can help researchers see long-term changes in salinity - from the ocean's surface to its deepest depths.
SPURS Webinar Series
9/23/2013

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