We found 142 reviewed resources for marine conservation
Conserving Canada's Marine Biodiversity
4th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The ocean may seem a world away, but you can actually find it in a science classroom! Learners in the lower grade levels explore the concepts of water pollution, apex predators, the worth of animals, and commercial fishing methods. High...
Why Biodiversity Is Good For The Economy
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Variety is the spice of life! Biodiversity is important for the health of ecosystemsand also the health of industries like timber and agriculture. Junior conservationists learn the link between biodiversity and profitability in a short,...
Conserving our Spectacular, Vulnerable Coral Reefs
3 mins 5th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
A three-minute clip covers a new strategy for protecting the coral reefs of Fiji while still allowing fishermen to harvest the fish that people survive on. Connectivity is the name of the game. This colorfully animated resource is a...
From the Top of the Food Chain Down: Rewilding Our World
5 mins 6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
A eloquent narrative and unique animation expound on the megafauna and megaflora that once dominated the planet and helped keep ecosystems in balance. Is there anything that can be done to undo the damage we've done? The speaker proposes...
Desalination: Turning Salt Water into Fresh Water
2nd - 4th CCSS: Adaptable
How does San Francisco supply its citizens with enough water, even during a drought? Learn about reservoirs and why desalination could be a good solution with a reading passage about water conservation. After kids finish the...
Life on the Edge: Exploring Deep Ocean Habitats Cool Corals
9th - 12th
Students research the basic morphology of Lophelia corals and polyps to determine the significance of these organisms. They detail the reasons that biological communities are focusing on the Lophelia corals as major conservation efforts.
The Biodiversity of Ontario's Natural and Manmade Islands
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Island exploration—sounds exotic! During these three activities, high school learners explore island biogeography through a game and then analyze data collected, ask questions via BioBlitz, and present findings. Then, they must convince...