World Oceans Day *suitable for home teaching*

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This resource provides a stand-alone lesson to support World Oceans Day in schools. The short activities include:

Ocean acidification in a cup which demonstrates the basic process of ocean acidification

Dissolving shell in vinegar investigates how the decreasing pH of the oceans can affect zooplankton

Marine food web explores the impact of acidification of ocean food webs.

These materials are based on the research and journeys undertaken by explorers and scientists taking part in the Catlin Arctic Survey between 2009 and 2011.

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