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Mapping the Sea Floor Issue Date: 10-01-2017

Cool Spots image The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), tinyurl.com/nl39b5y, wants kids to learn about Sea Floor Mapping. Have you ever been on a boat? If you have, you might be aware of the hidden dangers such as rocks, shipwrecks or shallow water that can interfere with safe navigation. Before sea mapping, many shipwrecks could have been prevented if captains had known the locations of underwater hazards. Learn how nautical charts, sonar and other tools guide ships over the millions of miles traveled on the ocean. See how nautical charts are created in How Do We Map the Sea Floor?

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Professional Diving Issue Date: 08-20-2017

Cool Spots imageDid you know that professional divers build, maintain and repair underwater structures? The Divers Institute of Technology, diversinstitute.edu/videos, demonstrates how students train for careers underwater. In Underwater Welding Classes, instructor Josh Oxley shows you his state-of-the-art classroom where students complete assignments both above ground and in underwater tanks. Next, take a tour of The Hat Room to see the type of gear divers use to stay safe underwater. Learn why it’s important for students to be able to work in zero-visibility environments in Blackout Diving. Saturation Diving can go as deep as 1,000 feet. Take a look at how top divers work.

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Deep Sea Diving Issue Date: 10-11-2015

Cool Spots imageThe University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute presents Underwater Exploration, seagrant.wisc.edu/madisonjason11. Today’s diving technology was not available to early divers. The Underwater Exploration Timeline takes you back to look at methods divers used in the beginning. Did you know the world’s first submarine was built in 1620? It was able to travel to a depth of 12 or 15 feet. Who designed it? Have you ever heard of Saturation Diving? Check out Tools and Gear to examine the equipment used for different types of diving. Read an interview with underwater archaeologist Keith Meverden in Diving.

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Connect to the Ocean Issue Date: 10-04-2015

Cool Spots imageOcean Literacy, howtosmile.org/topics/ocean-literacy, means understanding how the ocean influences us and how our actions affect it. Essential Principles answer questions you may have wondered about. Ponds Freeze in Winter; find out why the ocean doesn’t. In The Great Plankton Race, you’ll design an organism that neither floats nor sinks. Sounds tricky, but resources will help you along the way. In Ocean in a Bottle, simulate an oil spill to see the effect waves have on oil. Learn why Exploring the Ocean With Robots helps scientists understand it.

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Geysers on the Seafloor Issue Date: 04-05-2015

Cool Spots imageThe University of Delaware presents Extreme 2008: A Deep-Sea Adventure, www.expeditions.udel.edu/extreme08. Students and scientists travel deep into the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortes to study the water, chemicals and sea life existing near vents in the Earth’s crust. In Seafloor Geology, see how these environments form. Divers use Hi-Tech Tools such as the Alvin, a submersible critical to their research. Of the many strange creatures living in the dark depths of the ocean, learn which vent creature has no mouth, eyes or stomach.

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