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Charlotte Sjunneskog, curator of the Antarctic Research Facility, discusses the aspects of the cores that are collected and what researchers are looking for in the samples.
Charlotte Sjunneskog, currator of the Antarctic Reasearch Facility, discusses the ocean sediment cores that are collected and what scientists look for in these samples.
Did you hear? Science methods are always changing to help us learn about the world around us.
Dr. Bill McShea from the Smithsonian Institution discusses how camera trapping allows him to study elusive organisms he might not otherwise be able to find.
This video was created in collaboration with the Okaloosa County SCIENCE Partnership, including the Smithsonian Institution and Harvard University.
Listen as this modern-day bird researcher paints a picture of how naturalists conducted research in the past.
Produced with funding from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs.
This teacher explains how a 3D-printed quadrat can be used with an M&M sampling lesson to engage students when they explore how to use data from a random sample to draw inferences about a population.
Ecologist Rebecca Means discusses the use of statistical sampling and comparative studies in field biology.
Hands-on modeling can help build process and observational skills. Encourage your students to think like scientists with this open-inquiry lab modeling earthquake damage to buildings.
F-15 Experimental Test Pilot discusses the importance of the iterative process of collecting data, analyzing data and communicating the findings when developing aircraft for the United States Air Force.
In this video, science teacher Susan Cullum describes the impact of field research experiences on classroom teaching practices.
This research is made possible by a grant from the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI/C-IMAGE II).This research is made possible by a grant from the NOAA Gulf of Mexico BWET program.
Listen as science teacher Lauren Watson explains how marine field experiences are translated for the classroom.
Listen as science teacher Patty Smukall recounts past and present marine field experiences and how they affect teaching practices back in the classroom.
In this video, Angela Lodge describes the value of hands-on experiences gained from field research for transforming both teachers and their classroom practices.
Fish Ecologist, Dean Grubbs, discusses how using statistical sampling can help determine legal catch rates for fish that may be endangered.
Jens Foell discusses how statistical noise reduction is used in fMRI brain imaging to be able to determine which specifics parts of the brain are related to certain activities and how this relates to patients that suffer from phantom limb pain.
Field experiences are powerful and capable of improving teachers' ability to impact students in the classroom. Watch as USF Outreach Coordinator Teresa Greely explains the experiences offered to teachers through the NOAA Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) program.
Researchers Frank Johnson, Richard Bertram, Wei Wu, and Rick Hyson explore the necessity of scientific and mathematical collaboration in modern neuroscience, as it relates to their NSF research on birdsong.
Ecologist, Rebecca Means, describes the process of determining remote locations in the USA and developing quantitative questions that are appropriate.
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