With Boris Worm out of town, what better excuse to bring back Ocean School’s Sonya Lee for a North Atlantic right whale-of-a-tale visit with our sixth grade readers at Duc d’Anville school in Clayton Park!
Our oceans guy Boris Worm is back from an Arctic expedition, and tells guest host Allison Devereaux about a historic milestone for nature conservation; Canada’s newest protected area spanning more than 100,000 square kilometres around Lancaster Sound.
Various news outlets spoke with Dalhousie researcher and Worm Lab MSc student Bethany Nordstrom about a rare and potentially dangerous creature washing up on the shores of Nova Scotia. CBC Nova Scotia News at 6 (Video): Play from 3:31-6:23 CTV News Article CBC News Article National Post Article 1 National Post Article 2 Humber News Article City…
Anisha Rajaselvam is a Grade 8 student who worked as an Ocean School peer educator. The CBC’s Felicia Latour speaks with her, and our oceans guy Boris Worm, after learning the initiative will get a quarter million dollars in federal funding.
Dal scientists are working with NFB filmmakers to bring the ocean education to life through engaging learning experiences using cutting-edge technologies, powerful storytelling techniques and audiovisual teaching platforms.