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effective, would be highly worthwhile for the long-term public support of our science.

Some specific educational outreach activities that could be highly effective include:

  1. The creation and maintenance of Web-site-based learning sites shared among institutions or agencies. NSF could support the development of teaching modules (electronic workbook) of current oceanographic concepts (e.g., El Niño) for primary and secondary school teachers that would include concise description of the scientific concepts, "classic" data that can be downloaded and manipulated by students, and a list of related projects and reading.

  2. A program to support lecture to students in primary and secondary schools by graduate students.

  3. Participation of high school teachers in seagoing cruises. Science teachers represent a large reservoir of well-educated, scientifically aware communicators who uniformly welcome the exposure to scientific experiences. They enthusiastically transmit their experiences to their classes. They also interact with the parents of their students, their schools, their districts, and the general public. As a result, including teachers in field studies provides a major multiplier of the research experience. CORE could serve as a center for publicizing this program, and as clearing house for teachers wishing to join a cruise.

WORKSHOP PARTICIPANT LIST

I. Solid Earth
Continental Margins

Dixon, Jacqueline (Univ. of Miami)

Goldstein, Steven (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory [LDEO])

Plank, Terry (Univ. of Kansas)

Taylor, Brian (Univ. of Hawaii [UH])

Mid-Plate

Farley, Ken (California Institute of Technology)

Hauri, Erik (Carnegie Institution of Washington)

Larson, Roger (Univ. of Rhode Island)

McNutt, Marcia (Massachusetts Institute of Technology [MIT])

Rifting

Detrick, Bob (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution [WHOI])

Kelemen, Peter (WHOI)

Langmuir, Charlie (LDEO)

Lonsdale, Peter (Scripps Institution of Oceanography [SIO])

Morgan, JP (SIO)

Orcutt, John (SIO)

Parmentier, Marc (Brown Univ.)

Sawyer, Dale (Rice Univ.)

Sinton, John (UH)

Solomon, Sean (Carnegie Institution of Washington)

Tréhu, Anne (Oregon State University [OSU])

II. Climate

Arthur, Michael (Pennsylvania State Univ.)

Boyle, Edward (MIT)

Curry, William (WHOI)

Delaney, Peggy (University of California, Santa Cruz [UCSC])

Moore, Ted (Univ. of Michigan)

Raymo, Maureen (MIT)

Pisias, Nick (OSU)

III. Sedimentary Processes

Beach, Reg (OSU)

Cacchione, David (U.S. Geological Survey)

Fletcher, Chip (UH)

Ginsburg, Robert (Univ. of Miami)

Hine, Albert (Univ. of San Francisco)

Holman, Robert (OSU)

Kineke, Gail (Univ. of South Carolina)

Komar, Paul (OSU)

Mayer, Larry (Univ. of New Brunswick, Canada)

McCave, Ian (Cambridge Univ.)

Milliman, John (Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences)

Pilkey, Orrin (Duke Univ.)

Ryan, Bill (LDEO)

IV. Fluids/Deformation

Baker, Paul (Duke Univ.)

Davis, Earl (Pacific Geosciences Center, Canada)

Delaney, John (Univ. of Washington [UW])

Deming, Jody (UW)

Fisher, Andy (UCSC)

Fisk, Martin (OSU)

Kastner, Miriam (SIO)

Lilley, Marvin (UW)

Moore, Casey (UCSC)

Shipley, Tom (Univ. of Texas)

Urabe, Tetsuro (Geological Survey of Japan)

Von Damm, Karen (Univ. of New Hampshire)



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