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Fish and zooplankton habitat through remote sensing
Dave Warner
2001 - 2002 Fellow


The primary objective of this exercise is to expose students to the variety of ways in which scientists use remote sensing and how these uses relate to everyday life. Additionally students will learn about zooplankton and fish, two important groups of organisms in both aquatic and marine environments. Lastly, students will be conducting original research that is relatively open-ended. They will be giving a few starting principles, but there are no truly right or wrong answers to the questions posed. Download the activity in MS Word or PDF format.

 

 

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