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Shell Key Preserve

This is a collaborative group of three students working to create a set of content documents and teaching "conversations" for a ~15 minute on-boat lesson during the week long field study in the Florida Keys.

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Please link to, or embed resources pertaining to Florida's Shell Key Preserve in the thread that follows...

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Started by Sean Nash. Last reply by Taylor Snider Mar 23, 2010.

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