Science On a Sphere
I work with other scientists, educators, graphic artists, and video producers to develop new educational presentations for NOAA's Science On a Sphere (SOS). Our content is distributed via open access to the entire SOS Users Network and incorporated into SOS programs at over 150 science centers around the world.
Beaulieu, Stace E., Brickley, Annette, "Animals on the Move and Deep‐Sea Vents: Dataset for Spherical Display Systems", 2019-06-04, DOI:10.26025/8ke9-av98, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/24221
Beaulieu, S.E., Emery, M., Brickley, A., Spargo, A., Patterson, K., Joyce, K., Silva, T., Madin, K., (2015) Using Digital Globes to Explore the Deep Sea and Advance Public Literacy in Earth System Science. Journal of Geoscience Education, 63, 332-343, http://dx.doi.org/10.5408/14-067.1
A "Global Viewport" for Virtual Exploration of Deep-sea Vents: Using Spherical Displays to Advance Public Literacy in Earth System Science [NSF Award 2012-2015]
Other recent public outreach
- 10/19, Interviewed for Popular Science Tales from the Field
- 03/18, Women in Deep Waters panelist
- 11/17, Interviewed for EARTH magazine, “Down to Earth With: Deep-sea biologist Stace Beaulieu"