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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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How have I used Mathematical Models to Understand how Topography Influences Upwelling and Currents off the California Coast?
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
What can the Impacts of Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) on Marine Organisms Teach us about Human Response to UVR?
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
What can the Impacts of Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) on Sea Urchins Tell us about Human Cell Response to UVR?
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
How can Science Content shared by one Scientist be Translated to Informal Educators for use by the Public?
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
How can Robotic Sensors Help us Understand Climate Change and the Ocean Carbon Cycle?
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
How can Autonomous Sensors Help us Understand the Ocean Carbon Cycle?
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
How do Scientists use Models to Track Right Whale Locations?
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
How do Models Help Scientists Learn about How and Why Right Whales Move through the Gulf of Maine?
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
How is Carbon Dioxide Removed from the Atmosphere and Stored for a Long Time in Soils and Sediments?
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
How is Carbon Dioxide Removed from the Atmosphere and Stored for a Long Time in Soils and Sediments?
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
What is the Role of Benthic Organisms in the Global Carbon Dioxide Cycle?
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
How do Benthic Organisms Respond to Changes in both Abiotic and Biotic Factors in the Environment?
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
How does Climate Change affect Fish Larvae and the Food Chain?
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
How do Changes in Temperature affect Marine Food Webs?
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
How do we Follow a River Pollutant's Path through the Marine Environment with Computer Models?
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
How do we Track River Plumes with Computer Models?
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
Where do POPs come from and Where do they go in the Coastal Environment?
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
What are Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and How are they Linked to the Global Carbon Cycle?
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
How does the Movement of H2O affect the Movement of Organisms in Long Island Sound?
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
How does Technology Improve Search and Rescue in the Coastal Ocean?
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
What is an Invasive Species and What Factors Lead to Successful Establishment?
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
What is an Invasive Species? What Factors Contribute to a Successful Invasion and What are the Impacts?
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
What Happens when Grazers Eat Phytoplankton with Toxins?
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
When Marine Grazers Evolve Resistance to Toxins in Prey, How could Whole Ecosystems be Affected?
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
How are Plants Indicators of Climate Change? How can we Observe & Measure Climate Change Locally?
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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