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NSTA Science Update: Exploring Earth's Final Frontier: The Deep Sea, 10/17/2019 - Shared screen with speaker view
carolynmohr
01:36:17
We Welcome Brian RC Kennedy!
Christine Gaspar
01:36:39
A big Texas Welcome!
carolynmohr
01:38:17
Wow! We don’t usually see those views of our planet!
Don Boonstra
01:39:06
We have much more information about the surface of Mars.
Christine Gaspar
01:39:53
Wow what interesting sea creatures! The deep ocean is so amazing
carolynmohr
01:41:18
Brian has a collection of resources you can access after the program. Collection URL (will have the slides and other related resources).https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=xt9/2nWdTgE_E
carolynmohr
01:42:11
The first Q and A is coming up. You can type questions here...
Christine Gaspar
01:43:38
What made you interested in the deep ocean?
Isabel
01:43:39
What are we missing in our maps or exploring of the ocean floor in terms of geologic features?
dawnblaus
01:44:40
What has been the most surprising thing you have discovered so far?
carolynmohr
01:45:39
We are listening to Brian RC Kennedy.
carolynmohr
01:47:53
Alvin has over 4000 dives under its ‘belt’!
Christine Gaspar
01:50:38
did anyone catch the last point on the previous slide? Only 16% of countries have what?
carolynmohr
01:51:07
You will have access to the slides and presentation, Christine.
melanie
01:51:13
Christine- access to scientific studies
carolynmohr
01:51:35
Collection URL (will have the slides and other related resources).https://learningcenter.nsta.org/mylibrary/collection.aspx?id=xt9/2nWdTgE_EThank you, Melanie.
Christine Gaspar
01:51:42
Thanks guys!
carolynmohr
01:56:00
Amazing!
carolynmohr
01:57:39
Brian RC Kennedy is sharing his experiences in oceanic research.
carolynmohr
02:00:49
Brian says marine science has opportunities galore for our students.
carolynmohr
02:01:10
Next Q and A coming up…
carolynmohr
02:01:15
Questions?
Isabel
02:01:47
What sort of data that you've gathered on these expeditions do you think would be accessible to high school and middle school students?
dawnblaus
02:02:22
What are the major funding streams for the work NOAA does? Is this something that we should be lobbying for with our legislators?
Christina
02:02:39
What advice would you give students wanting to pursue a career similar to yours?
Christine Gaspar
02:03:20
What is the best way to teach deep sea exploration to Elementary aged children? (as a future teacher, I am open to any ideas)
Isabel
02:03:31
Thanks!
Christina
02:05:34
thank you!
Christine Gaspar
02:05:53
Thanks!
carolynmohr
02:05:55
Thank you for your questions. We will have another opportunity in a bit.
carolynmohr
02:07:40
Brian RC Kennedy is sharing his expertise and observations of deep-sea life.
carolynmohr
02:12:19
We are about to go through an Ecosystem tour...
carolynmohr
02:13:10
Hydrothermal vents are volcanically heated.
Isabel
02:16:07
That's crazy! Do we have any idea how long these creatures have been around (are any preserved in fossils)?
carolynmohr
02:17:19
Thank you for your question, Isabel. Our next Q and A is coming up. Type your questions here…
Isabel
02:18:33
What do you think about the theory that the first life on earth developed in hydrothermal vents? What evidence from the vents today lends to that idea?
carolynmohr
02:22:17
Oh my!
Jay Z
02:23:22
Where do you think marine science is headed in the future, and what could be done about climate change/pollution if anything affecting marine life?
Isabel
02:28:03
Thanks!
carolynmohr
02:29:39
Thank you for your questions! We will have one more opportunity during the presentation for questions.
carolynmohr
02:30:38
That’s an 18 foot Greenland shark!
carolynmohr
02:37:49
Brian RC Kennedy is sharing the 3 years of effort by the Okeanos Explorer research vessel!
carolynmohr
02:38:56
OceanExplorer.NOAA.gov
dawnblaus
02:40:33
Thank you!
Dannah
02:40:35
Brian, Thank you!
Isabel
02:40:39
Thank you!
carolinehenry
02:40:40
Thank You!
abigailpeterson
02:40:52
Thank you!
carole
02:40:53
thanks
Betsabe Reyes
02:40:53
Thank you!
melanie
02:40:54
So fantastic! Thank you - I learned so much!
Christina
02:41:02
thank you!
Jay Z
02:41:03
Thank you for the valuable information!