Funded primarily by the National Science Foundation with support from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the COSEE Network is comprised of 12 Centers plus a National COSEE Office. Some Centers primarily serve specific regions while others are thematic and focus their efforts on a particular area of expertise and apply these efforts on a national scale. In addition to the work by our Centers, we engage in Network-level activities such as Scientist-Educator Partnerships, Ocean Literacy, and promoting Ocean Careers. For more information on these activities, click on the links in the menu at left.
COSEE Alaska (Alaska) | COSEE California (California, Hawaii, Virginia) | COSEE Florida (Water as Habitat: Florida) | COSEE Island Earth | COSEE Networked Ocean World (Ocean observing systems, real time data, teacher professional development, building pathways for scientist-educator partnerships: California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Virginia) | COSEE Ocean Communities in Education And social Networks (Massachusetts, New York, Washington DC) | COSEE-Ocean Learning Communities (Building and fostering learning communities among diverse stakeholders: California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington) | COSEE-Ocean Systems (Researching and building effective ocean education tools for inland and rural areas: Maine, New Hampshire) | COSEE-Pacific Partnerships (California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington) | COSEE SouthEast (Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina) | COSEE-Technology and Engineering for Knowledge (Connecticut) | COSEE West (California, Colorado, Virginia) | National COSEE Office Rhode Island: serves entire Network) | Legacy Sites: COSEE Central Gulf of Mexico (Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas) | COSEE Coastal Trends (Maryland, Virginia) | COSEE Great Lakes (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin) | COSEE New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island)
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