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- Basic overview of coral bleaching supported by downloadable fact sheets on coral bleaching.
- Its most powerful message is within its data graphics of coral bleaching locations around the globe.
About the Science
- Concise, to-the-point, general overview to coral bleaching.
- Global graphics that show scale of bleaching throughout the oceans is powerful.
- Short video shows relationship between warmer oceans and coral reef health and heat stress.
- Comments from expert scientist: This is not an activity, but it is a very well-put together visualization about coral bleaching. The mapping is wonderful.
About the Pedagogy
- Knowing what coral bleaching is prior to watching video might be helpful as video only gives a brief, concise definition.
- Background fact sheets are provided as well as downloadable video webinar and visualization display options to show video in other museums or informal science centers.
- Video and supporting materials could potentially comprise an entire unit for an educator.
- A short transcript goes along with the video.
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