Micro Plastic used to add awareness about marine debris in the world ocean
The marine debris are collected throughout volunteer beach cleanups within the united states. The plastic finishes up on beaches with every wave and Ocean Blue Project is removing the maximum amount of this plastic from beaches helps save wildlife animals and marine animals. This Science marine debris kit are going to be shipped to your college or home, to share with others as a observation kit of what ocean plastic, small plastic, micro plastic, plastic fragments, and ropes collected on the Oregon coast and most debris has washed up from the North Pacific Gyro. Your students can learn the 7 types of plastic known to our world. 7 types of plastic link:
Your school will be provided a map download of the North Pacific Gyro, marking the location where the plastic microplastic fragments have been collected from Manzanita, Oregon and other Oregon beaches.
Saving The World Ocean with Every Donation towards A Science Marine Debris Plastic Kit: 1. Three display kits of large identifiable plastic fragments, styrofoam, rope, whole items, and small plastic fragments including microplastic. Your kit will have three glass jars and a paper bag of mixed plastic fragments for students to observe. All plastic is removed from beach cleanups of the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. 2. Plastic Fragment education poster PDF (print as needed, this item will be emailed to you). 3. Map of the Ocean Currents showing where the marine debris was collected and The North Pacific Gyro (print as needed from below).
You can use Plastic Facts about Marine Debris from the Ocean Blue Website. Email email@example.com to request custom lesson plans for your watershed, Create a Cleanup with your class, or join a Blue Schools webinar.
Ocean Currents are full of traveling & floating plastic
Garbage Patch Map
Oregon Beach Cleanup - Video
Education and awareness is key to lowering plastic pollution everyday habits. Marine Debris Kits can help a student that is unable to visit a beach see what is floating in our ocean or show us first hand what we are looking for at the next beach cleanup we maybe attending.