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Stubbs, Edgardo A. – European Journal of Education (EJE), 2021
Nautical charts are an essential information resource for safe navigation. However, they are not only a useful resource for navigators; According to the International Hydrological Organization (IHO), they essentially fulfill two functions: 1) Maritime navigation, since most hydrographic services have the obligation to provide coverage of the…
Descriptors: Navigation, Information Sources, Charts, Oceanography
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Shelest, Ksenia D.; Ionov, Victor V.; Tikhomirov, Leonid Y. – International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2017
Purpose: This paper aims to the environmental awareness raising as a key issue of education for sustainable development. Youth Environmental Volunteers Movement in the area of coastal oil response operations in St. Petersburg is presented in this paper as a successful initiative in the field of environmental awareness through universities and city…
Descriptors: Consciousness Raising, Foreign Countries, Environmental Education, Sustainable Development
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Ritz, John M. – Technology and Engineering Teacher, 2016
Radar is a technology that can be used to detect distant objects not visible to the human eye. A predecessor of radar, called the telemobiloscope, was first used to detect ships in the fog in 1904 off the German coast. Many scientists have worked on the development and refinement of radar (Hertz with electromagnetic waves; Popov with determining…
Descriptors: Electronic Equipment, Radio, War, Space Sciences
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Kastler, Jessica A. – Science Activities: Classroom Projects and Curriculum Ideas, 2009
Dead zones--areas experiencing low levels of dissolved oxygen--are growing in shallow ocean waters around the world. Research has shown that dead zones form as a result of a specific type of pollution, called nutrient enrichment or eutrophication, and are found in almost every coastal zone where humans have large populations. Concepts related to…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Pollution, Oceanography, Scientific Concepts
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Norris-Raynbird, Carla – Rural Sociology, 2008
Frames theory has been widely used to explain the dynamics of group processes and decision-making. Some researchers have applied frames theory to policy adoption and implementation. Following from this, my research applies frames analysis to a regulatory program in coastal Louisiana. The data derive from a pre-Hurricane Katrina study of the…
Descriptors: Ideology, Group Dynamics, Program Development, Participative Decision Making
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Balgopal, Meena M.; Wallace, Alison M.; Dahlberg, Steven – Environmental Education Research, 2012
Being an ecologically literate citizen involves making decisions that are based on ecological knowledge and accepting responsibility for personal actions. Using writing-to-learn activities in college science courses, we asked students to consider personal dilemmas that they or others might have in response to how human choices can impact coastal…
Descriptors: Education Majors, Undergraduate Students, Elementary Education, American Indian Studies
Davis, Derrin – International Journal of Environmental Education and Information, 1992
Addresses the following issues relevant to coastal zone management: overcrowding, resource exploitation, pollution, agriculture, fisheries, industrial, and other uses. Describes conflicts and trade-offs in management typified by fragmented agency decision making. Discusses implications of the greenhouse effect, sustainable development, and the…
Descriptors: Biological Influences, Conservation (Environment), Definitions, Economics
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Walker, H. Jesse – International Journal of Social Education, 1990
Considers the interface of humans and seacoasts over time. Explains how coastal zones are formed and human attempts to defend against sea level changes. Charts the percentage of major world cities that also are ports. Postulates how the greenhouse effect could influence sea level, examining potential human responses to changes in coastal zones.…
Descriptors: Climate, Ecological Factors, Ecology, Environment
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Clark, John; McCreary, Scott – Oceanus, 1980
Evaluates the implementation of the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 and postulates future trends in the development and protection of these areas. Emphasis is upon approaches used by various states in carrying out their coastal zone management programs. (WB)
Descriptors: Conservation (Environment), Environmental Education, Federal Legislation, Natural Resources
Beers, Roger; And Others – 1976
This citizen's guide is designed to illustrate the ways that citizens can participate in their state's development of a coastal management program. The Provisions of the Coastal Zone Management Act are discussed and the requirements of an effective management program are considered. Some background information outlining the ecological factors…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Conservation (Environment), Guides, Natural Resources
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Clark, M. J.; And Others – Innovations in Education and Training International, 1995
Describes Coastal Zone Management (CZM) multimedia course modules, educational software written by the GeoData Institute at the University of Southamptom for an environmental management undergraduate course. Examines five elements that converge to create CZM multimedia teaching: course content, source material, a hardware/software delivery system,…
Descriptors: Computer Software Development, Course Content, Courseware, Delivery Systems
Daigle, Bobby; And Others – 1988
The Louisiana coastal zone is a unique geographic feature. Soil carried by the Mississippi River has been deposited in Louisiana for the last 6,000 years to form the coastal area. All natural features in coastal Louisiana relate to materials and processes associated with the emptying of the Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico. The…
Descriptors: Biological Sciences, College Science, Curriculum Guides, Earth Science
Weber, Peter – World Watch, 1994
Biological productivity is higher in coastal zones than for the rest of the planet. Discusses issues related to the patterns of human settlement and development of these areas. (MDH)
Descriptors: Demography, Ecology, Economic Development, Economic Impact
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Vandas, Steve – Science Scope, 1998
Details an ocean-based lesson and provides background information on the designation of 1998 as the "Year of the Ocean" by the United Nations. Contains activities on the poster insert that can help raise student awareness of coastal-zone hazards. (DDR)
Descriptors: Biology, Ecology, Elementary Secondary Education, Energy
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Van Raalte, Charlene – American Biology Teacher, 1977
Summarizes information about salt marshes, including descriptions of their development and structure, details of their values in terms of commercial fishing, stabilization of coastal zones, "reclamation" for grazing and cropfields, recreation and aesthetics. (CS)
Descriptors: Conservation (Environment), Ecological Factors, Ecology, Elementary Secondary Education
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