This CD is intended for K-12 teachers and educators only. It contains a colorful and informative Power Point presentation about the natural resources of the lower Connecticut River. The area was designated a wetland of international importance under the RAMSAR convention. Contact Michelle MarcAurele or download order form.
This CD is intended for K-12 teachers and educators only. It contains several educational resources for the classroom: a Long Island Sound Image Library, Living Treasures of Long Island Sound, and Sound Facts: fun facts about Long Island Sound. Free to teachers but shipping charges apply. Contact Michelle MarcAurele or download order form. This project was […]
WINNER of APEX AWARD of EXCELLENCE Peg Van Patten 104 page, 4-color, lavishly illlustrated guide to the seaweeds of Long Island Sound. Topics include species identification and when, where, and how to collect and preserve specimens. Many habitat views and microscopic images are included with pages for individual species. 162 photographs. Funded by an education […]
Stephan G. Bullard and Robert B. Whitlatch What is that thing? This beautifully illustrated guide will help you identify the early life stages of both ascidians and bryozoans in Long Island Sound. Splash-resistant laminated pages with coil binding make it perfect for use in the field, in laboratories, or in the classroom. Includes keys, line […]
Heather Crawford 96-page illustrated compendium of fun, educational hands-on activities for youth, demonstrating the impacts of humans on aquatic ecosystems. Perfect for youth camp leaders, environmental groups, teachers, and families. Ages 9-14. Publication Number CTSG-99-01 Download PDF