University of Washington School of Oceanography
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: 206 221 4879
Fax: 206 685 3351
Tansy Clay PhD University of Washington School of Oceanography
Education and Outreach with Scientists
Primary COSEE Affiliation:
- Ocean Learning Communities
Background with Respect to Ocean Sciences Education:
I hold a PhD in Biological Oceanography. One chapter of my dissertation was focused on an outreach and education project, which was published in The American Biology Teacher journal.
Clay, T., D. Grünbaum, J. Fox, P. Jumars. 2008. How Plankton Swim: An Interdisciplinary Approach for Using Mathematics and Physics to Understand the Biology of the Natural World. American Biology Teacher. 70(6): 363-370.
Fox, J., Clay, T., Grünbaum, D. 2006. A Taste of Physics in a Marine Biology Classroom. Washington Science Teachers Association Journal November.
Henry, C., Kubota, C., Groom, M., Eisele, J., Gold, W., Clay, T.W. 2006. Bridging K-12/13-20 Science Education in Washington: Summer Environmental Education Days (SEED). Washington Science Teachers Association Journal March 2006.
Clay, T. W., S. M. Bollens, A. B. Bochdansky, and T. R. Ignoffo. 2004. The effects of thin layers on the vertical distribution of larval Pacific Herring, Clupea pallasi. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 305: 171-189.