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NASA Sea Level Rise Education, Awareness, and Literacy (SEAL)



Georgia Tech, Georgia Tech Research Institute, Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC), University of Georgia Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant, University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, California Sea Grant, Climate Science Alliance, Mississippi State University Extension, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant, Dauphin Island Sea Lab, The Water Institute

The NASA Sea Level Education, Awareness, and Literacy (SEAL) project is a partnership to improve understanding of sea level rise within coastal communities across the United States, particularly those that are historically underserved and vulnerable to flooding impacts.

The NASA SEAL project is working to mature, co-develop, and translate K-12 educational content on sea level rise for use in formal and informal education settings. To guide these efforts, we are engaging educators on the east, west, and gulf coasts of the United States to advise, pilot, and evaluate sea level activities and modules. These NASA Sea Level AMbassadors (SLAMbassadors) help ensure that resources provide diverse learners with a better understanding of sea level rise observations, processes, modeling, and impacts, including how to enhance community resilience to climate change.

Additionally, we are offering summer camps, hosting professional development workshops for teachers, and developing learning platforms that will provide educators with materials that integrate NASA data with regional, place-based lessons. As part of the NASA Science Activation program, SEAL is promoting a better understanding of sea level rise in coastal communities, schools, and the general public.

For more information about NASA's SEAL program, visit

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