NOAA live! webinar – it’s not easy being shelled: the ocean acidification blues

February 10 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The NOAA Live! Webinars are a collaboration between NOAA’s Regional Collaboration Network and Woods Hole Sea Grant at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

Each interactive webinar features a different NOAA expert/topic and a moderated question and answers session throughout so that kids can get a peek at what our NOAA scientists do in all the various NOAA offices.  These webinars are geared toward grades 2-8.  Webinars are streamed via GoToWebinar, are ~45 minutes in length, have live American Sign Language interpretation, and are recorded and put on our WHOI YouTube Channel with English and Spanish subtitles.  #NOAALive4Kids

You can find a description of the webinar and the registration link by visiting  https://seagrant.whoi.edu/suggested-educational-resources-for-use-during-school-closures/webinars-noaa-live/#oa.

Washington Sea Grant. More information.

1 Response to “NOAA live! webinar – it’s not easy being shelled: the ocean acidification blues”


  1. 1 Samantha Larson 3 February 2021 at 20:03

    Thanks for sharing! The link in this post is broken – here is the correct link to register: https://seagrant.whoi.edu/suggested-educational-resources-for-use-during-school-closures/webinars-noaa-live/#oa


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