Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 20 Issue 01

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Volume 20, No. 1
Pages 198 - 199


THE OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSROOM • Ocean Literacy—An In-Depth Top Ten

By Tom Garrison  
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What concepts should be emphasized in ocean education? This central ocean literacy question arises at every meeting of marine educators, lies in the heart of every teacher who sits down to plan a course outline for his or her general oceanography course, and bedevils people like me whose professional life is teaching and writing about the ocean.


Garrison, T. 2007. Education: Ocean literacy—An in-depth top ten. Oceanography 20(1):198–199, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2007.96.

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