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Use students' notes and responses to the podcast's Anticipation/Reaction Guide to assess their misconceptions and comprehension of how humans impact the ocean.
Use students' notes and responses to the podcast's Anticipation/Reaction Guide to assess their misconceptions and comprehension of how humans impact the ocean.
Use students' notes and responses to the podcast's Anticipation/Reaction Guide to assess their misconceptions and comprehension of how humans impact the ocean.
Use students' notes and responses to the podcast's Anticipation/Reaction Guide to assess their misconceptions and comprehension of how humans impact the ocean.
Use students' notes and responses to the podcast's Anticipation/Reaction Guide to assess their misconceptions and comprehension of how humans impact the ocean.
Students use a variety of media to discuss and analyze human-related pressures placed upon marine ecosystems and resources.
Students use a variety of media to discuss and analyze human-related pressures placed upon marine ecosystems and resources.
Students use a variety of media to discuss and analyze human-related pressures placed upon marine ecosystems and resources.
Students use a variety of media to discuss and analyze human-related pressures placed upon marine ecosystems and resources.
Students use a variety of media to discuss and analyze human-related pressures placed upon marine ecosystems and resources.
Plastic waste covers 88% of the world's oceans. The participants of the round-the-world expedition came to this conclusion. Only the surface condition was analyzed, but there are results of bottom studies by other groups. For 40 years, Italian scientists, together with their Russian colleagues, have been traveling with a trawl in the Mediterranean Sea along the same route. ... The number of dead sea inhabitants thrown ashore was estimated in hundreds. In the ocean, plastic comes mainly from 6 countries: China ... In the ocean there is no direct effect of fire, but the plastic is affected by sunlight. Plastics split into microparticles become an ideal environment for bacteria
Plastic waste covers 88% of the world's oceans. The participants of the round-the-world expedition came to this conclusion. Only the surface condition was analyzed, but there are results of bottom studies by other groups. For 40 years, Italian scientists, together with their Russian colleagues, have been traveling with a trawl in the Mediterranean Sea along the same route. ... The number of dead sea inhabitants thrown ashore was estimated in hundreds. In the ocean, plastic comes mainly from 6 countries: China ... In the ocean there is no direct effect of fire, but the plastic is affected by sunlight. Plastics split into microparticles become an ideal environment for bacteria
Plastic waste covers 88% of the world's oceans. The participants of the round-the-world expedition came to this conclusion. Only the surface condition was analyzed, but there are results of bottom studies by other groups. For 40 years, Italian scientists, together with their Russian colleagues, have been traveling with a trawl in the Mediterranean Sea along the same route. ... The number of dead sea inhabitants thrown ashore was estimated in hundreds. In the ocean, plastic comes mainly from 6 countries: China ... In the ocean there is no direct effect of fire, but the plastic is affected by sunlight. Plastics split into microparticles become an ideal environment for bacteria
Plastic waste covers 88% of the world's oceans. The participants of the round-the-world expedition came to this conclusion. Only the surface condition was analyzed, but there are results of bottom studies by other groups. For 40 years, Italian scientists, together with their Russian colleagues, have been traveling with a trawl in the Mediterranean Sea along the same route. ... The number of dead sea inhabitants thrown ashore was estimated in hundreds. In the ocean, plastic comes mainly from 6 countries: China ... In the ocean there is no direct effect of fire, but the plastic is affected by sunlight. Plastics split into microparticles become an ideal environment for bacteria
Plastic waste covers 88% of the world's oceans. The participants of the round-the-world expedition came to this conclusion. Only the surface condition was analyzed, but there are results of bottom studies by other groups. For 40 years, Italian scientists, together with their Russian colleagues, have been traveling with a trawl in the Mediterranean Sea along the same route. ... The number of dead sea inhabitants thrown ashore was estimated in hundreds. In the ocean, plastic comes mainly from 6 countries: China ... In the ocean there is no direct effect of fire, but the plastic is affected by sunlight. Plastics split into microparticles become an ideal environment for bacteria
Plastic in ocean water breaks down into millions of tiny particles under the influence of the sun, ocean water, constant collision with each other. Its decay poses a serious danger to marine life.
Plastic in ocean water breaks down into millions of tiny particles under the influence of the sun, ocean water, constant collision with each other. Its decay poses a serious danger to marine life.
Plastic in ocean water breaks down into millions of tiny particles under the influence of the sun, ocean water, constant collision with each other. Its decay poses a serious danger to marine life.
Plastic in ocean water breaks down into millions of tiny particles under the influence of the sun, ocean water, constant collision with each other. Its decay poses a serious danger to marine life.
Plastic in ocean water breaks down into millions of tiny particles under the influence of the sun, ocean water, constant collision with each other. Its decay poses a serious danger to marine life.
In stationary places, migratory debris, moving along the water surface by the whirlpool of currents, is collected in garbage islands of gigantic sizes and does not move anywhere. There it rots and emits hydrogen sulfide, and plastic products are crumbled into tiny particles under the influence of the sun, water, salt and collisions, and spread in the upper layers of water.
In stationary places, migratory debris, moving along the water surface by the whirlpool of currents, is collected in garbage islands of gigantic sizes and does not move anywhere. There it rots and emits hydrogen sulfide, and plastic products are crumbled into tiny particles under the influence of the sun, water, salt and collisions, and spread in the upper layers of water.
In stationary places, migratory debris, moving along the water surface by the whirlpool of currents, is collected in garbage islands of gigantic sizes and does not move anywhere. There it rots and emits hydrogen sulfide, and plastic products are crumbled into tiny particles under the influence of the sun, water, salt and collisions, and spread in the upper layers of water.
In stationary places, migratory debris, moving along the water surface by the whirlpool of currents, is collected in garbage islands of gigantic sizes and does not move anywhere. There it rots and emits hydrogen sulfide, and plastic products are crumbled into tiny particles under the influence of the sun, water, salt and collisions, and spread in the upper layers of water.
In stationary places, migratory debris, moving along the water surface by the whirlpool of currents, is collected in garbage islands of gigantic sizes and does not move anywhere. There it rots and emits hydrogen sulfide, and plastic products are crumbled into tiny particles under the influence of the sun, water, salt and collisions, and spread in the upper layers of water.
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