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The World Ocean's Project/Ms. Bailey/Aquatic Science  

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Start with Britannica.

Extensive Articles on all the Oceans

Expand the Table of Contents to see what is included. These articles are especially helpful for...

  • Exploration
  • Zones -  look under "Climate"
  • Currents & Circulation - look under the term "Hydrology"
  • Positive & Negative Impact of Humans
  • Ocean Floor Structures - look under "Physiography ", "Ocean Floor", or "Geology."
  • Animals - look under the term "Biological"

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Move on to the best overall source of Information

Includes extensive essays, journal articles,videos, diagrams, definitions, biographies, experiments - beautiful pictures.

Murre

 

Great database for this project!

This will be a good source of information on the positive and negavive impacts of humans and also invasive and extinct species.

 

Oceans of the World

 

Ocean
Listen to your ocean and read some basic facts.

 

 

Try this search engine!

Try Sweet Search - an academic search engine with a good collection of reliable websites.

 

Help with Citations

 

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 The databases above will cite your sources for you.  If you use a website, see the SCHS Library "Cite it Right" page for help, or use a printed source form.

 

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