The Ocean 180 video challenge is to create a video abstract, which is a short (180 second) piece summarizing the results of a recently-published, peer-reviewed study on any ocean-science related topic. Justin Ridge entered and chose a recent GRL paper on sea-level anomalies and beach erosion as the topic. Who better to star in the video than the author of the paper, Ethan Theuerkauf? The target audience is middle school students. Justin did a great job, but unfortunately didn’t progress to the next round. Take a look at his video, then watch the Ocean 180 Video Challenge finalists. Justin’s going to try again next year and focus on a different topic, possibly some of his work on oyster reefs.
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Lesson plans for middle- and high-school teachers that focus on estuarine fish habitats can be found here.
Lab Musings (mostly)
- Goal is 71 participants; any amount. I just scratched something off my to-do list. #GiveUNC - Institute of Marine… https://t.co/s7sqCZNJAB 12:49:18 PM April 10, 2018 from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
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- RT @ceebeee11: Could oysters and marshes exist in a coupled system? @SedimentalBliss suggests oyster reefs that fringe marshes could thrive… 01:37:29 PM March 31, 2018 from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
Congratulations! Charlie and Anna graduate with MS degrees.