Discovery of Sound in the Sea
Learn about marine mammals and invertebrates, fish and other marine life through photos and short descriptions, as well as an audio gallery of whale and ocean sounds.
Electric Fish Field Trip - TVA
Grade 7-Grade 10
In November 2004 our Grade 9/10 Biology class visited Dr. Curtis Bell in his research laboratory. Here we learned about weakly electric fish. Dr. Bell's work focuses on the Elephant-Nose Fish. Follow the links to learn about this amazing creature.
Evidence of Things
Grade 9-Grade 12
High quality PowerPoint presentation lead students through the biblical foundations and scientific evidence of how our world and its inhabitants were formed.
Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology Department
Grade 5-Grade 8
Resources for kids about fish, including how to become a biologist, how to avoid a shark attack, learn about the different groups of fish, ow fish swim, how fish use adaptation, parts of fish and sharks. Includes fish references, word searches and crossword...
Fouling Community Study at TVA
Grade 9-Grade 10
Most objects placed in the ocean will become covered with marine organisms after a period of time. Students of Tualatin Valley Academy placed cinder blocks in Yaquina Bay by Newport, Oregon. A year later students identified over thirty different species living...
Marine Biology and Conservation
Explore ocean science and marine conservation, with pictures and information on marine biology, sea creatures, biodiversity, and ocean resources.
Marine Biology Field Trip
Grade 9-Grade 10
Each year 9th and 10th grade students from TVA explore the rich marine ecosystems found along the Oregon Coast near Newport. Their annual three-day excursions typically include a 3-hour boat trip with Marine Discovery Tours, collecting fossils and tsunami...
Marine Biology Web
Links to Marine Biology education resources on the web.
Monterey Bay Aquarium
To inspire conservation of the oceans, this aquarium's website includes facts and history, interactive timeline, statements and maps, oceanography club information for students, volunteer and job opportunities, information about conservations and research,...
NASA Ocean Studies
Part of NASA's mission is to develop an understanding of the total Earth system and the effects of natural and human-induced changes on the global environment. Our oceans play a major role in influencing changes in the world's climate and weather. Collecting...
Grade 3-Grade 12
The NOAA Ocean Service Education website includes printable resources, videos, activities for students as well as lesson plans, and curriculum for grades 3 through 12 on a wide variety of topics, including: nautical charts, sea floor mapping, corals, currents,...
Ocean Oasis Fieldguide
Grade 3-Grade 10
Picture guide to marine fish, mammals, invertebrates, terrestrial animals, and plants. Also contains an index of scientific and common names.
Rafal's Eyes in the Sky - Metro Weather Satellite Images
This website contains satellite images of the world showing the ocean's temperature.
Seaweed Collection at TVA
Seaweed collected and pressed by Tualatin Valley Academy students. Helpful links for identification and how to collect and press seaweed. The specimens may or may not be identified correctly (they were done by students.
Sharks - Enchanted Learning
Grade 5-Grade 8
View pictures of sharks and information on the classification of sharks.
Chicago's aquarium, largest indoors in US, includes facts and information about its large variety of fresh water and ocean life.
The Gulf Stream
Read USA Today's answers to questions: "What causes the gulf stream? How does the Gulf Stream maintain its warmth all the way across the Atlantic?"
The Humpback Whale Migration Game
Humpback whales are found in oceans worldwide. They hold the record for the longest migration among mammals. Play the MIGRATION GAME to find out more about humpback whales and how you can help protect them. Find more information on the full Hawaiian Islands...