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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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Why Do Oxygen Isotopes vary in Foraminifera Shells? (Map 2 of 2)
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
Where can we Find Evidence of Glacial / Interglacial Cycling? (Map 1 of 2)
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
What Happens to Run-off from a Typical Rainstorm?
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
How do we Model and Manage the Effects of Eutrophication?
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
NAB Webinar II - Modeling Spring Conditions
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
NAB Webinar II - Modeling Late Winter Conditions
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
NAB Webinar I: Introduction to the North Atlantic Bloom (NAB)
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
North Atlantic Bloom - Webinar Series Overview
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
The Water Cycle (5th and 6th grade audience)
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
5th grade salinity map
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
How do the Oceans and Atmosphere Affect Climate Over Time Scales of a Few Years to Hundreds of Years?
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
What are the Connections Between Climate and Heat Stored in the Ocean and Atmosphere?
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
Can Aquarius Help Understand and Predict Ocean-Ice Interactions?
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
How Does Salinity Drive Ocean Circulation?
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
What does Sea Surface Salinity tell us about the Global Water Cycle?
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
Why Do We Mentor?
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
How does Understanding Salinity help us Understand Climate Change?
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
How do you Summarize the effects of Sea Surface Salinity on Ocean Circulation?
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
How was the Technology for Aquarius Developed and How Will It Work?
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
Broader Impacts Barriers
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
Broader Impacts Outcomes
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
Broader Impacts Collaborative Process
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
Have Pipettes, Will Travel: Musings of a Nomadic Oceanographer
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
Is the Ocean going to Solve our CO2 Problem?
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
Is the Ocean going to Solve our CO2 Problem?
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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