SEA Quest Students Create Interdisciplinary Magazines
August 8, 2021
This summer's first two-week session of the SEA Quest high school online program focused on coral reefs and climate change. The students, Zooming in from all corners of the United States, along with one student in India, wrote, illustrated, designed and edited their own interdisciplinary magazine. Please download, enjoy, and be inspired!
Due to the size of the magazine, it is presented here in two PDF's. Section 1 Section 2
The second SEA Quest class examined ocean biodiversity and issues of marine debris.
Here is their magazine, "The Fate of the Ocean is up to You."
Contact: Douglas Karlson, Director of Communications, 508-444-1918 | email@example.com | www.sea.edu
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