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Item 1  09-MAR-1998 11:47 Peter Tuddenham (peter)


Please let us know your arrival and interest.

1:1) 11-MAR-1998 01:19 Jane A. Snider (jsnider)

Hi - I am a 5th grade teacher in Buena Park, CA and I am interested in gaining accurate knowledge  to incorporate  in my lessons.  Jane Snider

1:2) 11-MAR-1998 10:32 Rick Baker (rbaker)

Welcome Jane,
These activities are perfect for 5th grade.  They do take some time to download but, the other option is to ask to have them faxed to you school.
These activities reflect a future goal of ours OCMI. Right now we have a web page which we keep updated on the whale sightings we make off of Dana Point on our research vessel.  Sometime this year we hope to expand it to include Fish Data, plankton distribution and weather conditions.  I have had a lot of requests from teachers like yourself for this up to the minute kind of resource.  Isn't this internet wonderful?  


1:3) 13-MAR-1998 11:18 Cathleen Cannon (ccannon)

Hi,  I'm a consultant for many schools in Sonoma and Marin Counties, Ca.  Frequently I help elementary schools prepare the kids for celebrating Oceans Week, a week long festival celebrating our oceans.  I'm always looking for interesting activities which teach as well as entertain the kids.  I'm familar with the traditional programs such as the MARE program from Lawrence Hll of Science, U.C. Berkley, etc.  Any new ideas??

1:4) 14-MAR-1998 21:37 Charlene I. Branch (cbranch)

Just checking for science projects research.  We are far from the ocean but still interested.

1:5) 21-MAR-1998 20:19 Julie Nicholas (jnicholas)

Hello, I am interested in lessons to be used for 9th graders
who are studying food webs in the ocean and how el nino has changed the whole ecological system. I am a teacher in the San Francisco Bay area and would appreciate information on how this may be affected the Bay.

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