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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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What is the Role of Iron in the Carbon Cycle and Climate Change? (Map 3 of 3)
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
What is the Role of Iron in the Carbon Cycle and Climate Change? (Map 2 of 3)
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
What is the Role of Iron in the Carbon Cycle and Climate Change? (Map 1 of 3)
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
How do Nutrients and Pollutants affect Estuaries? (Map 2 of 2)
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
How do Nutrients and Pollutants affect Estuaries? (Map 1 of 2)
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
Modeling the Ocean-Climate System - What is the Myth of a Single Model?
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
Modeling the Ocean Climate System - Why are there multiple models?
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
What did COSEE-Ocean Systems Accomplish over its First Five Years?
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
What Factors Influenced the LIfe of Luke Skywalker?
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
What are the Basics of Concept Mapping?
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
How do Icebergs Impact their Surrounding Waters? (Map 2 of 2)
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
How do we Study the Waters around Icebergs? (Map 1 of 2)
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
What is the Relationship between Sequestered Carbon and the Carbon Cycle? (Map 3 of 3)
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
What is the Relationship between Sequestered Carbon and the Carbon Cycle? (Map 2 of 3)
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
What is the Relationship between Sequestered Carbon and the Carbon Cycle? (Map 1 of 3)
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
Where do Persistent Organic Pollutants Come from and Where do they Go in the Coastal Environment?
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
How do Organisms "Make a Living" at Hydrothermal Vents?
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
How can the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill affect Marine Life in the Gulf of Mexico?
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
What does that iPad have to do with your Clam Chowder Dinner?
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
Why are Species Where they Are?
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
Why should we Care about Invasive Species?
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
What Factors and Processes Influence how Abundant an Invasive Species is in a Marine Environment?
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
How do New Technologies (Sensors/Platforms) help us Better Understand Plankton?
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
How do New Technologies (Sensors & Platforms) help us Better Understand Plankton Ecology?
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
Why is it Important for us to Understand Coastal Ocean Dynamics?
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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