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Videos

Submarine recovery

Head out on the chase boat to recover a submersible

Submarine launch

Join the team to launch submersibles

Flying up a seamount

Fly up an underwater mountain in a submarine

Exploring the deep ocean

Take a dive into the deep ocean

Seaview Science: Collecting corals

Learn more about the science and technology of the XL Catlin Seaview Survey.

Seaview Science: The SVII

Learn more about the SVII, the camera used to conduct surveys of the coral reefs.

Seaview Science: Reefs in recovery

Learn about the Coral reefs' ability to recover from storms or other naturally occurring event.

Seaview Science: Giant clams

Learn how giant clams become so giant in this Seaview Science Video.

Seaview Science: Clownfish symbiosis

​Learn more about the most well known fish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Seaview Science: Jellyfish

Learn more about another amazing creature that lives in our coral oceans - the jellyfish.

Seaview Science: Reefs caves

​Discover the hidden underwater-world that lives in reef caves.

Seaview Science: Coral reefs

Learn about the importance of coral reefs with Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg​.


Images & slideshows

Coral life (advanced)

Coral life gallery with additional taxonomic and behavioural information

Deep sea creatures

Where does your food come from?

Deep reef survey

Deep diving and underwater robots to explore the deep reef

Coral life cycle

Find out how corals grow and reproduce

Coral threats

Discover some of the threats facing the coral habitat

Reef scales

From tiny polyps to hundreds of miles, discover the different scales in the coral ecosystem

Researching the reef

Find out how the XL Catlin Seaview Survey team conducted their research

Expedition inside an Arctic glacier

Follow this immersive 360 journey into an Arctic glacier

Changes in the Arctic Ocean

Explore how changes in the Arctic could affect ocean circulation

Bioaccumulation

How toxins build up through the food web

Sources of microplastics

Where do microplastics come from?

Carbon stores

Where is carbon stored?



Units

Frozen Oceans Geography 14 - 16

Frozen Oceans Science 14 - 16

Plankton, Plastics and Poo Science 14 - 16


Lessons

Assessment

How do we mitigate coral reef destruction?

What are the impacts of coral reef destruction?

How do humans use coral reefs?

What are the components of the coral reef ecosystem?

What is the structure of a coral reef?

Where is Timor Leste and why does it have coral reefs?

Lesson 7.

How can you make sure your discoveries have an impact?

Lesson 6.

Do zooplankton eat microplastics? (Conclusion)

Lesson 5.

Do zooplankton eat microplastics? (Experiment set-up)

Lesson 4.

Do zooplankton and microplastics occur together?

Lesson 3.

What are microplastics and where do they come from?

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