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New Marine Education Resource for Teachers

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  • Lloyd Gardner
    Hi Julie, I assume VINE members will be interested in this resource. My apology to CARIBWA members for any cross-posting. Regards. Lloyd. ... From: Meg
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      Hi Julie,
       
      I assume VINE members will be interested in this resource.
       
      My apology to CARIBWA members for any cross-posting.
       
      Regards.
       
      Lloyd.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Meg Domroese
      To: rcu@...
      Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 1:08 PM
      Subject: New Marine Education Resource for Teachers


      Apologies for cross-postings


      Dear Colleague,

      We are pleased to announce the companion website to Treasures in the Sea: Our Bahamian Marine Resources, a new resource book that provides educators with scientific information and engaging, hands-on activities that encourage students to discover, cherish, and protect the sea and all of its treasures.

      Visit the website to download the book or sections of the book, link to resources related to the activities, find out about training workshops in The Bahamas, and share teaching ideas and experiences in marine conservation education.

      http://treasures.amnh.org?mid=30

      We hope you will find Treasures in the Sea useful and welcome any feedback you may have!

      Sincerely,
      Meg Domroese
      Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History
      domroese@...

      Lynn Gape
      Bahamas National Trust
      lynn.gape@...

      Portia Sweeting
      Bahamas Ministry of Education,Youth, Sports and Culture
      portiasweeting@...

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      Treasures in the Sea grew out of the Bahamas Biocomplexity Project, an interdisciplinary study to improve understanding of the potential for marine protected area networks to support biodiversity conservation and fisheries sustainability, as well as recreational and other uses. It was developed through a partnership of the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, the Bahamas National Trust, and the Bahamas Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture, with support from numerous collaborators.

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