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Our ecosystem unit focuses on the interactions of our New York organisms and their environment.
- Trophic levels and Food Webs
- Anadromous vs. Catadromous – tracking the American eel and Striped Bass
- Keystone Species – the Billion Oyster Project
- Habitats - Home in the Eel Grass
- The Tidal Zone - Life in flux
Human Impact on our Waters
The goal of this unit is to raise awareness of how decisions we make impact our environment.
- Man made structures – Life in the Shadows and Artificial Reefs
- What’s afloat? – Plastics in our waters
- CSO’s – What goes down our sewers goes into our rivers
Here, we equip tomorrow’s stewards with the knowledge to navigate future challenges.
- Sea Level Rise – The future coastline
- Climate Induced Invasives – Our new neighbors
- Coral Bleaching – Reefs in peril
Responsible Use of Our Estuary
In this unit students will understand what it means to be socially and environmentally responsible.
- Recreation – Why can’t I swim here?
- Sustainable Fishing – Keeping our oceans alive
- Fish Advisory Program – What can I eat?