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Use these illustrations with students in Grades 9-12 to explore various marine ecosystems.
Explore ocean surface currents, chlorophyll levels, surface temperatures, and bathymetry using this interactive map.
Find out how scientist and engineers map the ocean floor—and avoid running into rocks, reefs, and underwater mountains!
Game. Build your ocean with this fun matching game.
Time yourself while placing the contintents correctly on an ocean-covered Earth. Then race to map countries and cities.
Did you know that 98% of the ocean remains unexplored? Dive into unknown depths with this GeoStory.
Be at the forefront of exploration and travel around the globe alongside history's favorite explorers with this GeoStory.
Thermohaline circulation, better known as the "ocean conveyor belt," moves water around the planet.
The Earth's rotation and the gravitational pull of the sun and moon create tides.
Find out what National Geographic offers to support ocean conservation.
Dive into ocean issues with this blog from National Geographic's Ocean Initiative.
See how students from around the world connect to the ocean through photography.
Learn how kids can help protect the ocean.