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  • Potter at Island Resources
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    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 2, 2004
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      >Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 18:37:26 -0500
      >From: "Phyllis Dermer" <Phyllis.Dermer@...>
      >Organization: National MPA Center
      >X-Accept-Language: en-us, en
      >To: phyllis.dermer@...
      >Subject: Monthly Information Exchange for Marine Educators
      >Status:
      >
      >Welcome to the National Marine Protected Areas Center's monthly
      >Information Exchange for educators interested in marine protected
      >areas and marine resource education. The update provides
      >information about education programs, initiatives, funding
      >opportunities, and professional development. Please let me know if
      >you have trouble reading the attached file at
      ><mailto:phyllis.dermer@...>phyllis.dermer@..., or if you'd
      >like to be added or removed from the mailing list (please do not
      >"respond to all").
      >
      >I've included a listing of the different programs and a page number,
      >below. In the interest of keeping the file size small for those
      >with slower connections, it is not an interactive table of contents.
      >It does provide a quick review of the materials included in the
      >attached document, so you can see if there are programs of interest.
      >There were lots of interesting workshops and conferences to include
      >this month. Keep scrolling through, and I'm sure you'll also find
      >some interesting educational programs and activities.
      >
      >For those of you who are forwarded this cover email without the
      >attachment, please note that the National Park Service has updated
      >their Research Learning Center Clearinhouse page where the
      >attachment is posted. Update your link to
      ><http://www.nature.nps.gov/learningcenters/index.html>http://www.nature.nps.gov/learningcenters/index.html.
      >Remember, there is generally a lag time before the update.
      >
      >I look forward to hearing about your programs. Please send me
      >information you'd like to see in future emails, or suggested
      >changes.
      >
      >Sincerely
      >Phyllis Dermer
      >
      >
      >
      >MPA FACTS
      >1
      > What is a Marine Protected Area?
      > Notable Addition to MPA Library
      >2
      >PROGRAM OF THE MONTH
      > Coral Reef Task Force Meeting with Outreach and Education
      >WEBSITE OF THE MONTH
      >3
      > Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE)
      >REQUESTS
      > Looking for Anchorage Policy
      > Request for Information about Cassiopeia
      >4
      > Request for Marine Science Classroom Course Information
      >GRANTS AND OPPORTUNITIES
      > EE-Link
      > American Meteorological Society/Industry Minority Scholarships
      > AT&T Cares Youth Service Action Fund
      > Two California Environmental Contests
      >5
      > CAPCO Science Class Challenge
      > Christopher Columbus Awards
      > 2004 Eco-Hero Awards
      > 2004 Marine Art Contest
      > Marion S. Bowers Discovery Award for Baltimore, MD Teachers
      >6
      > TOYchallenge 2004
      >INTERNSHIPS AND TEMPORARY OPPORTUNITIES
      > Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation Internships, NH
      > Institute for Ecological Field Studies
      > Teacher Exchanges
      > Teacher in the Field/at Sea Opportunities
      >7
      >CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
      > American Society of Limnology and Oceanography - Education
      >Session
      > Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education Annual Conference
      > Camp SEA Lab Teacher Workshop
      > Certified Marine Investigator Training Seminar
      > Charlotte NC SE PORT
      > Dauphin Island Summer Teacher Workshops
      >8
      > Down Under, Out Yonder Workshop Update
      > EETAP Diversity Workshops for Environmental Educators
      > Enduring Resources for Earth Science Education
      > Excellence in Science, Technology, and Math Education (ESTME)
      > Expanding the Ark: The Emerging Science and Practice of
      >Invertebrate Conservation
      > Global H2O Partnership Conference
      > GIS Ocean Explorers Project in California
      >9
      > International Children's Conference on the Environment
      > International Conference on Volunteer Administration
      > International Marine Protected Areas Congress
      > Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries' Teacher Workshops
      > Marine Pavilion and Town Hall Meeting at the AAAS Annual Meeting
      > NAAEE 2004 Conference
      >10
      > National Science Teachers Association National
      > New Jersey Teach at the Beach
      > Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology
      > Puget Sound Marine Science Education Workshop
      > Salmon-Trout Enhancement Program Conference
      >11
      > Scott Aquarium Teacher Workshops
      > Society for Ecological Restoration International: Call for Proposals
      > Space Science Institute Workshops
      > Understanding Aquatic Nuisance Species and Their Terrestrial
      >Counterparts
      >EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
      >12
      > AAAS Atlas of Population and the Environment
      > Audubon Lesson Plans On-Line
      > Coastal and Estuarine Science News
      > The Dune Book
      > Interactive Estuary Poster
      > IUCN Caribbean Fishes Weblift
      > National Energy Education Development Project
      > Ocean Literacy
      >13
      > Plastic in the Ocean
      > Reach the World - Now Off the Cape Verde Islands
      > This Week at Hilton Pond - Seagulls
      > Water Resources of the Caribbean Countries & Territories
      >14
      > Whooping Cranes Migration
      >INITIATIVES
      > Applied Environmental Education and Communication: Call for
      >Papers
      > Dive In to Earth Day 2004
      > GPA Marine Email Newsletter
      >15
      > Landscapes of the Heart: Call for manuscripts
      > Riverquarium to open in Georgia
      > Water for Life: UN Proclaims International Water Decade 2005-2015
      > World Water Day 2004
      >
      >
      >--
      >Phyllis Dermer
      >Education Coordinator
      >National Marine Protected Areas Center
      >301 713-3100 ext. 104
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      >1305 East-West Highway #12230
      >Silver Spring, MD 20910
      >
      >


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