Oceanography

Overview

Students can record and observe the H2O temperature by measuring any body of water such as an ocean, lake, river, stream, or even a puddle of water. There is also an opportunity in this section to record the salinity of H2O, but this is optional.

View the map below to see all the locations that have submitted oceanography data. Click on the map locations to view their data or click on the following links to either post your own oceanography or view all postings.

City: Little Dover, Canada
School: Canso Academy
H2O temperature: 19°C
Salinity of H2O:
Date Posted: 2008-09-22 16:46:38

City: Little Dover, Canada
School: Canso Academy
H2O temperature: 19.5°C
Salinity of H2O:
Date Posted: 2008-09-20 15:55:55

City: Little Dover, Canada
School: Canso Academy
H2O temperature: 17.5°C
Salinity of H2O:
Date Posted: 2008-09-19 18:51:52

City: Eberswalde, Germany
School: Alexander – von – Humboldt grammar school
H2O temperature: 16
Salinity of H2O:
Date Posted: 2008-09-19 11:54:53

City: north vancuver, Canada
School: Carson Graham
H2O temperature: 13
Salinity of H2O:
Date Posted: 2008-09-18 21:31:04

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