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The Dendronotus iris, a species of nudibranch recently found in one of the MaST Aquarium tanks.

Marine/Aquatic Education: Nudibranch Population Dynamics

The search for sea slugs Linking non-divers to the excitement of ocean discovery by Elise Pletcher Citizen Science and Volunteer Coordinator The Marine Science and Technology Center Highline College he Nudibranch Team is a citizen science volunteer program at the Marine Science and Technology Center of Highline College. Volunteers work with Aquarium Staff to record […]

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The Confluence Project (Idaho)

from the Fall 2016 Issue of CLEARING Integrating Watershed Science in High School Classrooms: The Confluence Project Approach by Audrey Squires, Jyoti Jennewein, and Mary Engels, with Dr. Brant Miller and Dr. Karla Eitel, University of Idaho It’s not just because I personally love snow and skiing and snowshoeing and all that. It’s not just […]

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Educating About Water

Brightwater: An Opportunity for Connection by Cynthia Thomashow he Metro bus opens its doors, releasing 40 fourth-graders who have ridden an hour from South Seattle to the Brightwater Water Treatment Center in Woodinville, Washington. “We’re in the wilderness!” squeals one of the young boys. To his credit, the landscape is very different from his urban […]

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