Aquatic and Marine Ecosystems—Appendices: Glossary and Additional Resources
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Blyler , Karen, and Joy Jordan. 2014. “Aquatic and Marine Ecosystems—Appendices: Glossary and Additional Resources: 4H352/4H352, Rev. 11/2014”. EDIS 2014 (8). https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-4h352-2014.

Abstract

The new Florida 4-H Aquatic and Marine Ecosystems: Leader’s Activity Guide helps leaders address the 4-H Science Initiative and is part of the Environmental Sciences Framework, OUR NATURAL WORLD. This framework includes the basic premise that aquatic/marine environments are important in children’s lives, particularly to those children in Florida. The 4-H Aquatic and Marine Ecosystems curriculum provides an opportunity for young people to practice a variety of life skills while learning marine science concepts. The curriculum also utilizes science inquiry as a way for young people (9-14) to gain a deeper curiosity about the natural world. Written by Karen Blyler and Joy Jordan, and published by the UF Department of 4-H Youth Development, November 2014.

4H352/4H352: Aquatic and Marine Ecosystems—Appendices: Glossary and Additional Resources (ufl.edu)

https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-4h352-2014
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