Thank you for attending the MTS TechSurge Ocean Sensors Education and Outreach event. We thank you for your interest and hope the following resources will contribute to furthering your interest in ocean observing and applications of marine technology.
SENSE IT (http://www.senseit.org/)
SENSE IT offers lesson plans to guide students and teachers through the process of constructing and deploying their own water quality sensors and wireless sensor network.
RU COOL (http://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu/)
The Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Laboratory focuses on the bio-physical processes of the coastal ocean. The RU COOL site features information and data from research projects all over the world.
To support the RU COOL research, the COOLClassroom provides several tutorials, animations, activities and lesson plans focused on ocean observing.
Using COOL Technology
Oceanography Through Time
Continuous Versus Discrete Data
MATE ROV International Competition
The MATE Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) competition challenges K-12, community college, and university students from all over the world to design and build ROVs to tackle missions modeled after scenarios from the ocean workplace.
MATE ROV Store
To purchase ROV kits, please visit the MATE ROV Store.
The Marine Technology Society (MTS) promotes awareness, understanding, advancement and application of marine technology. MTS plays an active role in helping students become involved in marine technology by offering:
MTS works to present and highlight opportunities for students interested in a career in marine industries.