"Visit to an Ocean Planet" CD-ROM
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An interactive CD-ROM that
reveals the importance of our oceans.

This CD-ROM allows users to explore the Gulf of Mexico with satellite data, investigate the 1997-1998 El Nino, discover "what's up" with Earth-orbiting satellites, and learn about the research activities of real life oceanographers. The curriculum background material are arranged in the context of widely accepted teaching themes.

This disc is designed to compliment middle and high school science curricula, as well as to be enjoyed by the general public.

   The disc also highlights results from the TOPEX/Poseidon satellite launched by NASA and CNES. It has been measuring our oceans since 1992.

This CD-Rom, developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) reveals the importance of oceans to global climate and life. Students and teachers can explore the research of real life oceanographers, access satellite images, analyze graphs of data, access visual images including movies, download content pdf files, print out classroom activities, and more. Results from NASA's TOPEX/Poseidon satellite are featured on the CD-Rom. 

 

Recommended Grade levels: 6-12


Operating System Requirements:

Windows or Macintosh
Acrobat Reader 3.01 and Quicktime v2.1.2
Windows 3.1 or above
486 or better processor
2X CD-ROM or faster
10MB RAM or more
Graphics Card
Sound Card , Speakers & Mouse

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