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Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 31 Issue 02

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Volume 31, No. 2
Pages 10 - 10

PERSPECTIVES • Unanticipated Benefit of an Outreach Program

James A. Yoder
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The National Science Foundation supported six projects that comprised the Climate Change Education Partnership, including the National Net-work for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI) for which the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is the science partner. The New England Aquarium leads NNOCCI, and the network also includes informal science educators, social and cognitive scientists, and evaluators. The partners work together to improve public awareness of climate change and its impact on the ocean (Spitzer, 2014; Fraser et al., 2015; Anderson, 2016).

Citation

Yoder, J.A. 2018. Unanticipated benefit of an outreach program. Oceanography 31(2):10, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2018.221.

References

Anderson, J. 2016. Angling toward solutions in climate change education. Informal Learning Review, No 136.

Frasier, J., K. Flinner, L. Galvin, and J. Swim. 2015. NNOCCI’s Impacts After 5 Years. New Knowledge Organization Ltd., New York, and Pennsylvania State University, 4 pp.

Oceanus. 2016. The Student Issue, vol. 51, no. 2, http://www.whoi.edu/oceanus/flipbooks/oceanus51n2/.

Spitzer, W. 2014. Shaping the public dialogue on climate change. Pp. 90–97 in Future Earth: Advancing Civic Understanding of the Anthropocene. D. Dalbotten, G. Roehrig, and P. Hamilton, eds, John Wiley & Sons Inc., https://doi.org/​10.1002/9781118854280.ch9.

Volmert, A. 2014. Getting to the heart of the matter: Us­ing metaphorical and causal explanation to increase public understanding of climate and ocean change. FrameWorks Institute, Washington, DC, 53 pp.