MATE's 2003 Summer Institute for Faculty Development July 27-August 2
Marine Science, Technology and GIS

Curriculum Products

 
Participant Name School/ Affiliation Success
William Abernathy Collegiate School Habitat Suitability Model for the Bat Ray and Decorator Crab in Monterey Bay
Desre Anderes Chabot College Habitat Suitability Model for Strawberry Anemone in Monterey Bay
Margaret Brumsted Dartmouth High School Habitat Suitability Model for Starry Flounder in Monterey Bay
Kevin Crosby Tates Creek High School

Habitat Suitability Model for Warty Sea Cucumber and Sand Dollar in Monterey Bay

Predicting Weathering lesson

Steve Engelmann Palisades Charter High School Habitat Suitability Model for Sheephead in Monterey Bay
Chip Fenenga Santa Ynez Valley Union High School

Habitat Suitability Model for Pacific Sanddab in Monterey Bay

School GIS Projects

Heidi Glaesel Frontani Elon University Habitat Suitability Model for California Market Squid in Monterey Bay
Rita Haberlin College of Alameda Habitat Suitability Model for Halibut in Monterey Bay
Gail Hobbs Pierce College Habitat Suitability Model for Rock Scallops in Monterey Bay
Melanie Lenderman Dumas High School Habitat Suitability Model for the Bat Star and Burrowing Anemone in Monterey Bay

EAST Initiative Projects 2003-2004
Al Lewandowski Port Huron Northern High School

Students created posters to present their findings of a polar region investigation (for the 2007-2008 International Polar Year). They include investigations of the Earth, lunar and Martian poles. The basis for the project were the ideas and skills I acquired as a result of participation in the 2003 and 2005 MATE GIS workshops.

 

Habitat Suitability Model for Senorita fish in Monterey Bay

Geography Class OceanWorlds Unit

Presentation at the National Conference for Geographic Education in Kansas City titled "Fish Gotta Swim: Marine GIS and Geography Instruction" in October 2004

Presentation at the Michigan Science Teachers Association conference titled "Fish Gotta Swim: Oceanography, Marine GIS and Geography Integration" in March 2005

Presentation at the Blue Water Curriculum Conference titled, "Fish Gotta Swim: Oceanography, Marine GIS and Geography Integration" in October, 2005

Sophia Linn Front Range Community College Habitat Suitability Model for California Market Squid in Monterey Bay
Robert Lord Niagara County Community College

Habitat Suitability Model for Giant Kelpfish and Copper Rockfish in Monterey Bay

PowerPoint on MATE Institute to Niagara County CC Life Sciences staff

Robert Mayer United States Naval Academy Habitat Suitability Model for Kelp and Wolf Eel in Monterey Bay
Debbie Sexton Newark Memorial HS Habitat Suitability Model for Decorator Crab and Sand Dollar in Monterey Bay
Eric Wheeler Center for Advanced Research and Technology

Habitat Suitability Model for Halibut and Red Abalone in Monterey Bay

Student poster on hard corals

Student poster on Lost Lake

Student poster on river restoration

Fred Hochstaedter Monterey Peninsula College

GIS and Ocean Habitats Lab

2004 Tsunami Lab

Location, Distance, and Direction on Charts and Maps Lab

Interpreting tectonic and bathymetric maps

Dawn Wright has a resource page from the recent OSU GIS/Benthic Terrain workshop held
at ASCC, with free downloads, available at: http://dusk.geo.orst.edu/djl/samoa/ascc/.

 
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