DEEPEND!

Creep into the DEEPEND™ 2017 news!

About Creep into the DEEPEND: As part of WhaleTimes’ Virtual Research Missions, students become part of the DEEPEND consortium, a group of deep-sea scientists investigating the biodiversity and distribution of animals in the Gulf of Mexico’s deep-sea ecosystem. The deep is by far the largest affected habitat from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. The consortium includes more than 30 scientists from 11 different universities and agencies, led by Dr. Tracey Sutton (Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center). (Research funded by Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GOMRI) award number GOMRI2014-IV-914)

Space is limited: Teachers and summer camp coordinators, for more information, email us: deepend  at our website  whaletimes.org

Joins WhaleTimes at the DEEPEND, no floaties required!

Video courtesy of the Oregon Coast Aquarium’s Oceanscape Network

What types of activities do we offer for Creep into the DEEPEND? Check out the links below

Virtual Team Leaders!

The goal of Creep into the DEEPEND is to get students to understand there’s an entire fascinating and important world deep in the sea. There, a variety of fascinating animals thrive. It is also where our DEEPEND Science Team studies. Our Taking Science Deeper curriculum is designed to provide a variety of activities you can incorporate into your curriculum and highlight the animals or research of the  Team.

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TAKING SCIENCE DEEPER ACTIVITY BOOKLETS (k-6):  Crafts, games and labs easy to plug into k-6th classroom lesson plans. Some adaptable for older students.

TAKING SCIENCE DEEPER COLORING SHEETS:

DEEPEND Teaching Modules (6th-12th grade):  Great background information for teachers of all grades and some activities adaptable to 4-5th grade.

DEEPEND Videos

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND ACTIVITIES

INFORMATION ABOUT DEEP AND OCEAN ZONES 

  • Excellent video from NOAA’s Oceans Today: The Deep Ocean
  • Deep Sea Biome, UntamedScience.com: This page has great introductory information about ocean zones and three videos your students might enjoy. We encourage you to show the Deep-Sea Conservation one to your students.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DEEPEND SCIENCE TEAM AND OTHER RESOURCES

For more information about the 2017 Creep into the DEEPEND Events, email us: deepend  at our website  whaletimes.org

DEEPEND research, outreach,  and education funded by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative. Thank you!

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