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Extreme Ocean

Friend of rays, sharks, octopi, and other marine life, ocean engineer Grace Young will share how ocean exploration is crucial to preserving life on Ea...

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Multidisciplinary Exploration

Students analyze the multidisciplinary nature of the National Geographic Bahamas Blue Hole Expedition by determining the questions the scientists...

Expedition Ethics

Students discuss the meaning of ethics and evaluate the ethical considerations with the Blue Holes Expedition. They apply their learning to planning f...

Blue Holes: Being an Explorer

This series of activities takes students through a process from defining exploration to planning, carrying out, and communicating the outcomes of a mi...

Strange Days on Planet Earth Education

Find multimedia activities and student-friendly encyclopedic entries on Earth's globally connected systems.

Climate Change and Rising Seas

Students identify the difference between global warming and climate change. They learn what causes global rise in sea level, and they test predictions...

Coral Champion

Marine ecologist and photographer CLARE FIESELER uses photography, imaging, and 3-D technology to study climate change effects on the world’s resilien...

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Master Class With Brian Skerry

Learn from a true master of underwater photography—2017 Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year Brian Skerry—in this daylong class.

Ocean Explorers

Join deep-sea submersible pilot Erika Bergman and world-renowned oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Sylvia Earle on an un...

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Onward: Visit the World’s Largest Open-Ocean Fish Farm

Located off the coast of Panama, the world’s largest open-ocean fish farm raises hundreds of thousands of cobia fish in colossal underwater pods. Bria...

Sharks: On Assignment With Brian Skerry

Award-winning National Geographic photojournalist and conservationist Brian Skerry has gone to extraordinary lengths to photograph sharks—to sho...

Piccard and Walsh Go Deep

On January 23, 1960, Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh descended 10,915 meters (35,810 feet) into the Pacific Ocean in the bathyscaphe Trieste....

Plan and Prepare for an Expedition

Students envision the planning and preparation needed for an expedition to a remote and dangerous site. Then they determine the actual preparation fro...

Pristine Seas

There are places in our oceans that remain virtually untouched—thriving aquatic oases teeming with sharks, fish, corals, and sea grasses. Journe...

Extreme Ocean: Exploring the Deep

Discover how ocean engineer and aquanaut Grace Young is using cutting-edge technologies to transform the way we see and explore the ocean.

David Doubilet & Jennifer Hayes: Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice

Use this collection of resources to engage students before and after a National Geographic student matinee. 


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