Massachusetts Marine Educators

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Massachusetts Marine Educators
37th Conference and Annual Meeting

The Global Ocean

"You may find it hard to swallow the notion that anything as large and apparently inanimate as the Earth is alive." James Lovelock’s The Ages of Gaia

We must look at the Earth as one living thing with many complex interacting systems necessary for its survival.

Saturday April 6th, 2013 8:30am – 4:30pm

Redfield Building at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

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8:00 New Member Reception
8:30 Registration in Redfield 204
9:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:15 Three Speakers, Door Prizes, Awards, Chowder and more
12:00 Business Meeting and Awards
Lunch Complimentary chowder will be served
1:00 Afternoon Speaker
2:00 Door Prizes
2:45 – 4:15 Afternoon Workshops, Tours, and Field Trips
4:30 Social Reception: Sea Education Association. All are invited!

Featured Speakers

Kevin J Anchukaitis, Assistant Scientist, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, WHOI

Carol Ann Clayson, Assoc. Scientist w/tenure, Dept Phys. Oceanography, WHOI

Michael Polito, Postdoctoral Scholar at WHOI

Afternoon Workshops

  • Science Cruise with The Zephyr Education Foundation Inc.
  • WHOI Dock Tour with Hovey Clifford, Department of Physical Oceanography, WHOI
  • Lesson Share: Come prepared to share a lesson and receive lessons related to The Global Ocean



  • Registration can be completed at the following link: or below
  • If you have any conference questions, contact Erin Hobbs at [email protected]
  • Check the MME website for complete program details

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