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Cephalopod Lesson PlansBy Dr. James B. Wood and intern Kelsie Jackson. Major contributions by Amanda Piltch, Caitlin Shaw and Amity High School teachers Valerie Cournoyer, Brian Goldstein, Nancy W. Goss and Roger E. Goss. This work was completed at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences as a subcontract of the NSF NSDL library CephSchool grant. The lesson plans are in PDF (Acrobat Reader) format and may be printed and photocopied for classroom use as well as linked to freely.
Color Change in Cephalopods
How Cephalopods Change Color
Why Cephalopods Change Color
Light Quantity and Quality
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