NMEA Publications
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nmea news Hot off the press, NMEA News, NMEA's quarterly on-line newsletter, keeps members up-to-date with news from regional Chapters and committees, information about professional development opportunities, and communications from NMEA leadership.

Current: The Journal of Marine Education, NMEA's quarterly magazine, features in-depth articles about marine and aquatic sciences, education, history and arts.

  • View index of Current articles
  • Get Current supplements
  • Get Current Author Guidelines

  • The Bridge, co-sponsored by Sea Grant and NMEA, is an extensive web-based marine education center offering more than 1,000 teacher-reviewed, classroom-friendly resources. Visit the Bridge Blog to discuss ocean science and ocean science education.

    Contact NMEA

    National Marine Educators Association
    P.O. Box 1470
    Ocean Springs, MS 39566-1470

    PHONE: 228-896-9182 ext. 1770
    FAX: 228-701-1771
    EMAIL: NMEA@marine-ed.org

    Physical Address
    10801 Dolphin Lane
    Gulfport, MS 39503

    NMEA is affiliated with the National Science Teachers Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.



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    Ocean Literacy
    ... is understanding the ocean's influence on you and your influence on the ocean. NMEA works to improve ocean literacy everywhere. Read about the Essential Principles of Ocean Literacy, and learn how you can be involved.

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