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National Marine Debris Education Effort
Marine debris is an ongoing problem worldwide. The average American discards 4.5 pounds of trash daily, including glass bottles that can take 1 million years to break down, aluminum cans that take from 80 to 200 years, and plastic bags that take 10 to 20 years to degrade. Learn how you can become a part of the solution to reduce debris in the environment.

Name That Feed!
Test your knowledge about the type of food that fish eat while being raised through aquaculture.

Sound in the Sea
The University of Rhode Island Office of Marine Programs has released a new version of the Discovery of Sound in the Sea website, about the science and use of sound in the ocean.

Jigsaw Puzzles
Take a break and have some fun with WHOI's online jigsaw puzzles. Puzzles cover a variety of topics including comb jellies, the submersible Alvin, coral, and more.

Student Opportunities
NOAA's Office of Education provides information on its scholarships, internships, and fellowships. The Special Opportunities section contains student opportunities categorized by geographic location, underrepresented communities, and opportunities for students with disabilities.

Water Quality Trading Program Maps
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) offers two water-quality trading maps that show where water quality trading occurs in the United States.