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The Marine Technology Society Journal is the flagship publication of the Marine Technology Society. It publishes the highest caliber, peer-reviewed papers on subjects of interest to the society: marine technology, ocean science, marine policy and education. The Journal is dedicated to publishing timely special issues on emerging ocean community concerns while also showcasing general interest and student-authored works.

Publisher: Marine Technology Society

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Volume 39, Number 4, Winter 2005
Promoting Lifelong Ocean Education—Exemplary Ocean and Aquatic Education Efforts that PromoteScience Literacy for All Americans. Guest Editor: Blanche W. Meeson

Preface

Commentaries

Improving Ocean Education by Implementing the U.S. Ocean Action Plan's Directives
pp. 5-7(3)
Authors: Rom, Lisa; Cruickshank, Walter; Burnett, Andrew; Cleveland, Joan; Coble, Paula; Kaplan, Marlene; Schoedinger, Sarah; Wallace, Barbara

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Exploration and Discovery: Essential Elements in Earth and Space Science Literacy
pp. 12-14(3)
Authors: Keener-Chavis, Paula; Coble, Paula G.

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Papers

Overview of National and State Standards in Science
pp. 15-19(5)
Author: Labov, Jay B.

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The Path to Ocean Sciences Literacy: Essential Steps Along the Way
pp. 20-32(13)
Authors: Walker, Sharon H.; Keener-Chavis, Paula

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The Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE): A National Success Story
pp. 33-40(8)
Authors: Walker, Sharon H.; Strang, Craig; Cook, Susan

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Achieving Environmental Literacy with NOAA's Observing Systems Data
pp. 48-55(8)
Authors: McDougall, Carrie; Ibanez, Atziri; White, Susan

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Exploring the Merit and Feasibility of using Ocean Observing System Data in Education
pp. 56-63(8)
Authors: McDonnell, J.; Hotaling, L.; Matsumoto, G.I.; Parsons, C.; Meeson, B.; Bell, R.

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The Maury Project, DataStreme Ocean, and Online Ocean Studies: AMS Initiatives in Ocean Science Education
pp. 64-70(7)
Authors: Smith, David R.; Geer, Ira W.; Mills, Elizabeth W.; Moran, Joseph M.; Weinbeck, Robert S.

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Preparing Educators with Practical Science: Ocean Observing in the Classroom
pp. 71-77(7)
Authors: Cline, Amy Holt; Campbell, Janet; Shyka, Tom

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Coastal Ocean Observing Technology Transfer to Educators
pp. 78-82(5)
Authors: Spence, Lundie; Schaeffer, Blake A.; Thomas, Carrie; Hathaway, Terri Kirby; Olsen, Margaret

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Follow the World's Ocean Currents with the Ocean Surface Currents Web Site and the Adopt a Drifter Program
pp. 83-89(7)
Authors: Tweedie, M. Sara; Stanitski, Diane M.; Snyder, H. David; Hammond, Jennifer N.

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A New Master's Level Certificate in Ocean Observing Systems at Texas A&M University
pp. 96-98(3)
Authors: DiMarco, Steven F.; Campbell, Lisa; Guinasso, Norman L.

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OceanCareers.com: Navigating Your Way to a Better Future
pp. 99-104(6)
Authors: Sullivan, Deidre; Murphree, Tom; Ford, Bruce; Zande, Jill

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Smithsonian's Ocean Science Initiative: a Partnership between the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
pp. 105-110(6)
Authors: Fiertz, Carol; Cooper, Sharon Katz; Flanders, Joanne; Johnson, Jill; LaPointe, Tom; Oremland, Mollie

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Book Review

Descent: The Heroic Discovery of the Abyss
pp. 116-117(2)
Author: Showalter, Stephanie

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