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Find out about courses, faculty, and research projects. A useful tip for teachers (for these, or any institution) is to check the web pages for undergraduate and graduate courses. Many of these provide a syllabus, lecture notes or outlines, and web links.
Aquariums in South Carolina
Caw Caw Interpretive Center - environmental education programs, part of Charleston County Parks
Educational Cruises (for individuals or class field trips)
National Ocean Service Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research at Charleston (formerly National Marine Fisheries Service Lab)
The Natural Resources Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education Program - Savannah River Site programs for grades 3-12
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium – check out the library of Sea Grant publications to order, and the marine education pages, among others.
United States Coast Guard - South Carolina stations in Charleston and Georgetown
Center For Science Education, University of South Carolina - graduate teacher courses and an excellent resource for SC teachers
Project Oceanica – Integrating marine education with marine science research and exploration in the Southeast
Coral (Current Oceanographic Research Activities and Lessons) - educational modules for K-12 teachers that translate current research, from the lab of Dr. Brian Helmuth
South Carolina Science Council (SC2) – state chapter of NSTA
South Carolina Statewide Systemic Initiative (The 13 SC Math and Science Hubs) - a great site for K-12 math and science teachers in SC
WINDandSEA: The Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences Internet Locator - an enormous marine science index to web resources, maintained by NOAA
International Year of the Ocean Homepage - lots of information, links, and educational materials (1998 UNESCO site)
Marine Ecology Links - a very comprehensive links page by Phil Levin at UC Santa Cruz
National Sea Grant Depository - a collection of approximately 30,000 books, journal reprints, conference proceedings, advisory and technical reports, handbooks, maps and many other types of information not readily available from other sources on a wide variety of marine subjects, including oceanography, marine education, aquaculture, fisheries, coastal zone management, marine recreation and law.