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SEACOOS and Education. Products and Processes. Year One Accomplishments. FL COSEE, GOM COSEE and SouthEast COSEE work together! US Commission on Ocean Policy (Chapter 8) supports COSEE and increased funding.

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seacoos and education

SEACOOS and Education

Products and Processes

year one accomplishments
Year One Accomplishments
  • FL COSEE, GOM COSEE and SouthEast COSEE work together!
  • US Commission on Ocean Policy (Chapter 8) supports COSEE and increased funding.
  • COSEE/NSF goal is to increase the interaction between science and education community. SEACOOS is a model.
  • IOOS, COOS and Education Workshop
  • Wave Poster Design
  • 12 SEPORT (SouthEast Portals to Ocean Research for Teachers)
ioos coos and education

IOOS, COOS and Education

A Workshop Sponsored by

SouthEast COSEE, Ocean.us, SC Sea Grant Consortium and NOAA/Coastal Services Center

Date: March 21-23, 2004

Location: NOAA/CSC, Charleston, SC

Attendees: 63 people from COOS, COSEE, NOAA, NSF, NASA, DLESE, etc.

objectives
Objectives
  • To initiate a network associated COOS/IOOS and the K-16 and informal education effort
  • To develop strategies/recommendations for integrating formal and informal education opportunities into IOOS operations
  • To identify exemplary website components of present and potential application for COOS/IOOS education efforts.
agenda
Agenda

Monday, March 22

  • Presentation: Overview of IOOS Tom Malone, Ocean.us

Using Observing System Data in Education

  • Presentation: Promise of Data Visualization in Education:

Raj Chaudhury, Norfolk State University, VA

  • WEB-based Educational examples using real data
  • Presentation: Technology and Scientific Data in Education:

Jean May-Brett, President, NMEA

Tuesday, March 23

  • IOOS Education Strategy Issues
  • Presentation: Developing Appropriate Technology:

Annette deCharon, Bigelow Lab for Ocean Science

  • Defining IOOS, NOPP and ORAP for Ocean Science Education
  • Developing Recommendations and strategies for education and IOOS

Wednesday, March 24

  • Recommendations for Network and Workgroups
work group topics
Work Group Topics
  • Develop/articulate key messages and themes for IOOS/COOS education.
  • Issue of Current (NMEA) about Ocean Observing System education (Jan 2006)
  • Articulate and shape Workforce & Diversity Recommendations
  • HF Radar in education
  • Satellite Remote Sensing
  • Website "best practices" and Evaluation
south atlantic bight wave facts
South Atlantic Bight WAVE FACTS
  • Height and period of surface waves are strongly affected by the wide continental shelf--some 100-115 km (60-70 miles) off SC and GA.
  • Larger, longer period, open ocean waves “feel” the bottom well offshore in this region, reducing the wave energy before reaching shore.
  • Good surfing waves are found where ocean swell hits beaches at the edge of a narrow shelf -- Cape Hatteras, NC.
  • Winter storm winds--40-60 km/h (25-35 miles/h); duration of more than 24 hours; a fetch of 500-1000 km (300-600 miles)-- generate waves of a height of 5 m +(15 ft+) at mid-shelf locations (water depths of 25-30 m, or 80-100 feet) at 50 km ( 30 miles) offshore. The wave period of only 8-12 seconds creates steep-sided waves.
  • Hurricanes form large waves only if they travel slowly (longer duration winds over a given fetch).
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Does this .jpg contain the most bathymetric detail available for SAB?What is the best Remote sensing image of SAB for currents?

Educators Need Visual Images

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SouthEast COSEE Program Highlight–SEPORT

Ocean Sciences Education Leadership Institute leads to “South East Portal to Ocean Research for Teachers”

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SEPORT SITES

West GA University

Fernbank Science Center

MECA, Savannah

Aviation Museum

SC Museum

NOAA/Hollings Lab

ACE Basin

NC Aquarium/Ft. Fisher

East Carolina University

NC Museum of Natural History

Natural Science Center

Discovery Place

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During 2003-2004, 28 teachers from the Ocean Sciences Education Leadership Institute partnered with 12 SEPORT institutions to offer 6-hour Ocean Awareness Days.

Objectives:

  • Provide leadership opportunities for teachers
  • Attract local teachers
  • Develop pathways to informal institutions for ocean science research and information
  • Initiate a regional infrastructure for distributing ocean education and build functional COSEE partnerships.

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Institute Teachers Operate ROV

Institute Teachers Teach Teachers in a SEPORT

Funding Credit: NSF, NOAA and SEACOOS

Design Credit: Patty Snow, SCSGC

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