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- (-) U.S. Satellite Laboratory (1)
- American Museum of Natural History (3)
- CEC Stuyvesant Cove, Inc. dba Solar One (1)
- Groundwork Hudson Valley (1)
- National Wildlife Federation / New York City (NYC) Eco-Schools (1)
- Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks / The Wild Center (2)
- Research Foundation of CUNY / Brooklyn College (1)
- Research Foundation of the City University of New York / Queens College (1)
- Sciencenter (1)
- Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York / Columbia University (1)
- WE STAY/Nos Quedamos, Inc. (NQ) (1)
Signals of Spring - ACES [Animals in Curriculum-bases Ecosystem Studies]
Signals of Spring ACES (Animals in Curriculum-based Ecosystem Studies), will use NOAA remote sensing data with curriculum-based activities for middle and high school students (see http://www.signalsofspring.net/aces/). Students use Earth imagery to explain the movement of animals that are tracked by satellite with NOAA's ARGOS monitoring system. The project addresses the issues surrounding the animals and environments of NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries (NMS). Comprehensive teacher professional development will be delivered both onsite and online for 250 teachers. The project will impact 20,000 students and parents. Ten curriculum modules will be delivered to students, accompanied with an investigation of El Nino and animals, as well as ocean life and global climate change. ACES will provide classrooms with the curricular area of conservation and the ecological issues surrounding the ocean, using marine animals as the engaging component. Students will apply NOAA Earth data to animal migrations and the critical environmental issues that face these animals that are of depleting populations. Once teachers and students have the necessary skills to interpret data, students will perform the ACES investigations.