Bulletin: Beach and Dune Profiles: An Educational Tool for Observing and Comparing Dynamic Coastal Environments
Beaches and dunes are in constant motion, continually changing shape and shifting position in response to winds, waves, tides, relative sea level, and human activities. The most significant changes occur seasonally and following storms.
Links to Educational activities and resources related to HAB research
Toxic and Harmful Algal Blooms. These lessons for elementary through high school start with the basics of how algae fit in the food web and extend to the impacts of harmful algal blooms and what we can do about them. https://archive.bigelow.org/edhab/
McLane Research Labs. This website give you a general overview of the Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB). If you scroll to the bottom you can see a live stream of images from an IFCB deployed in-situ at the Martha’s Vineyard Coastal Observatory as well as a HAB sensitive salt pond on Cape Cod. https://mclanelabs.com/imaging-flowcytobot/