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All at sea! The story of ocean drifters

Tuesday, 18 March, 2014 - 10:00 to Thursday, 20 March, 2014 - 15:00
PO Box 101
Aberdeen
AB11 9DB
United Kingdom
Fancy a ride on the ocean currents? In this workshop, pupils will have the chance to explore the history of measurements of ocean currents: from a message in a bottle to the latest modern technology. Find out why knowing about ocean currents is important and how marine scientists measure them.
Booking details: 
This event is aimed at P6-S2 students in Aberdeen City & Shire. If you are a school teacher interested in having us visit your class, please contact us. We're aiming to run sessions in the morning (10am-12noon) or afternoon (1pm-3pm) on March 18th, 19th and 20th 2014.
Category: 
Earth Science, Environmental Science
Age group: 
Primary schools, Secondary schools
Contact details
Bee
Berx
Public
b.berx@marlab.ac.uk
01224 295358
Twitter: 
@b_berx
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