A University of Victoria instructor is one of two Canadian educators on board the scientific ocean drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution that is docked off Ogden Point in Victoria.
Children and parents learned about the Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling.
Each one looks like an ordinary rock, but the information contained in each core is extraordinary.
Fear of buccaneers opens a vast “data hole” in the Indian Ocean.
(Click to enlarge) JOURNEY: Carol Larson, education team leader for the National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier, is off to Alaska in June to do voluntary work on the IODP-Integrated Ocean Drilling Programme geological research ship Joides Resolution. (Credit: Glenn Taylor)
During a GNS camp staged at the National Aquarium last year, Napier’s Carol Larson [...]
Fossils collected on board the JOIDES Resolution provide insight into modern Antarctic environment
Randi Wold-Brennon, a middle school teacher at the Hawaii Academy of Arts & Sciences Public Charter School in Pahoa, has been chosen to participate in the School of Rock Expedition for Educators.
On April 1, 19 science educators from across North America boarded the JOIDES Resolution as participants in the latest “School of Rock Expedition for Educators” professional development workshop.
Beginning April 1, nineteen science educators from across North America will live on board the scientific ocean drilling vessel JOIDES Resolution for nine days, as participants in the latest “School of Rock Expedition for Educators” professional development workshop.
An international team of scientists has completed an ocean drilling expedition in the eastern Pacific, more than 600 miles west of the Galapágos Islands.