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07/25/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Communicating Science, Ocean and Climate Literacy
The Kachemak Bay National Research Reserve and Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge collaborated on new permanent exhibits to illustrate Kachemak Bay's extreme tidal range and show how the tides influence a key ecosystem where the rivers and streams meet the bay. The tidal exhibit includes films that show tides in action, including a time lapse film of various locations in the Bay.  MORE >>

07/16/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Climate Change, Collaborative Research, Communicating Science, Culturally-relevant Science Education, Arctic Ocean, Alaska Natives
International Polar Year Conference draws people from all over the world and involved scientists from 60 countries.  MORE >>

06/16/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Communicating Science, Lesson plans, culturally-relevant science education
COSEE expands and connects students to scientific concepts and real-time science through webinar series  MORE >>

12/18/2009 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Climate Change, Communicating about Climate Change, Communicating Science, Global Climate Change
How scientists are reacting to the emails that ware hacked and how this could change the way researchers operate.  MORE >>

12/04/2009 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Communicating about Climate Change, Communicating Science, Climate Change
One of the purposes of this site is about how best to communicate about climate change. The reactions to stolen email communications among climate scientists at the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit are providing an interesting lens into how scientists communicate informally about science, how some nonscientists interpret “proof” and “disproof,” and how scientists defend both the scientific method and the process of peer review. The interpretation of the emails is having political consequences related to deliberations in Congress on the climate change bills and discussions at the Copenhagen Climate Conference.  MORE >>