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    • Chapter 05: Phytoplankton

      Clarke, Dave; Yamanaka, Tsuyuko; Cusack, C. (Marine Institute, 2023)
    • Chapter 04: Ocean Chemistry

      Büscher, Janina V.; Cave, Rachel R.; O'Donnell, Garvan; Cronin, Margot; McGovern, Evin (Marine Institute, 2023)
    • Chapter 03: Physical Oceanography

      McCarthy, G. D.; Caesar, Levke; Ulthaman, Ashly; Daly, Eoghan (Marine Institute, 2023)
    • Chapter 02: Atmospheric Drivers of Marine Climate

      Hanley, John (Marine Institute, 2023)
    • Chapter 01: Introduction

      Nolan, Glenn (Marine Institute, 2023)
    • Irish Ocean Climate and Ecosystem Status Report

      Nolan, Glenn; Cusack, C.; Fitzhenry, Deirdre (Marine Institute, 2023)
      This report is intended to summarise the current trends in Ireland’s ocean climate. Use has been made of archived marine data held by a range of organisations to elucidate some of the key trends observed in phenomena such as atmospheric changes, ocean warming, sea level rise, acidification, plankton and fish distributions and abundance, and seabirds. The report aims to summarise the key findings and recommendations in each of these areas as a guide to climate adaptation policy and for the public. It builds on the previous Ocean Climate & Ecosystem Status Report published in 2010. The report examines the recently published literature in each of the topic areas and combines this in many cases with analysis of new data sets including long-term time series to identify trends in essential ocean variables in Irish waters. In some cases, model projections of the likely future state of the atmosphere and ocean are presented under different climate emission scenarios.
    • Year in Review 2022

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Year in Review 2022 is a snapshot of some of the Marine Institute’s many highlights and achievements during a busy and productive year
    • Explorers Engagement and Impact Report 2022

      The Camden Education Trust (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Engagement and Impact Report 2022 provides the highlights of the Marine Institute’s Explorers Education Programme activities including outreach in schools, teachers training, workshops, as well as the resources developed for online teaching.
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #6 The Ocean and Humans are Inextricably Linked Presentation

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #6 Presentation introduces you to the sixth principle of ocean literacy: the ocean and humans are inextricably linked, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #5 The Ocean Supports a Great Diversity of Life and Ecosystems Presentation

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #5 Presentation introduces you to the fifth principle of ocean literacy: the ocean supports a great diversity of life and ecosystems, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #4 The Ocean Makes Earth Habitable Presentation

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #4 Presentation introduces you to the fourth principle of ocean literacy: the ocean makes Earth habitable, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #7 The Ocean is Largely Unexplored Presentation

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #7 Presentation introduces you to the seventh principle of ocean literacy: the ocean is largely unexplored, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #3 The Ocean is a Major Influence on Weather and Climate Presentation

      Crowley, Danielle; Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #3 Presentation introduces you to the third principle of ocean literacy: the ocean is a major influence on weather and climate, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #2 The Ocean and Life in the Ocean Shape the Features of Earth Presentation

      Crowley, Danielle; Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #2 Presentation introduces you to the second principle of ocean literacy: the ocean and life in the ocean shape the features of Earth, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #1 Earth has One Big Ocean with Many Features Presentation

      Crowley, Danielle; Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Ocean Literacy Principle #1 Presentation introduces you to the first principle of ocean literacy: Earth has one big ocean with many features, and the concepts behind this principle. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright detail
    • Explorers Ocean Literacy Principles: What You Need to Know Presentation

      Crowley, Danielle; Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
      This PowerPoint introduces the seven Ocean Literacy Principles, and is the first in a series going through each Principle in more detail. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright details.
    • Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: Turtle Presentation Part 3: Turtle Special Features & Turtles in Irish Waters

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: Turtle Presentation Part 3: Turtle Special Features & Turtles in Irish Waters introduces your class to the unique biology of turtles, from their life cycles to their migration prowess, plus the five turtle species that have been recorded in Irish waters. It is designed to accompany the Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: An Introduction to Sea Turtles book. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright details.
    • Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: Turtle Presentation Part 2: Turtles Stories & Turtle Survival

      Dromgool-Regan, Cushla; Crowley, Danielle (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: Turtle Presentation Part 2: Turtles Stories & Turtle Survival introduces your class to the ways turtles have inspired stories from around the world and the conservation issues that affect their survival. It is designed to accompany the Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: An Introduction to Sea Turtles book. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright details.
    • Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: Turtle Presentation Part 1: Turtles, Extinction, and Flagship Species

      Crowley, Danielle; Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: Turtle Presentation Part 1: Turtles, Extinction, and Flagship Species introduces your class to the seven sea turtle species, why animals go extinct, and the concept of flagship species in conservation. It is designed to accompany the Explorers Turtle Talk with Sea Turtles: An Introduction to Sea Turtles book. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright details.
    • Explorers Sustainable Development Goals and the Ocean Presentation

      Crowley, Danielle; Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
      This PowerPoint introduces the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the ways in which they relate to each and to the ocean. Featuring photos, colourful graphics, fast facts, and lots of extra information in the notes including ideas for activities/discussion and further resources, this is an excellent way to introduce the SDGs to your class and discuss what they mean for us and our ocean. Slides can be used as a presentation or printed to display in the class. This PowerPoint may be used for educational purposes and the images must retain all of their image copyright details.