See the effort being made by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation to restore the oyster population in the Chesapeake Bay. Plus oyster farming with The Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
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Welcome to our 11th Season
Episodes and Air Dates
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Join Aqua Kids Drew and Lily as they discover how an area once an industrial wasteland has been brought back to life and is now home of the Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center.
Come and join the Aqua Kids as they go seining on Sandy Hook Bay in New Jersey to monitor the diverse marine life of the area.
Ocean acidification will have extreme consequences for Marine Life and human kind. See what the students at the Marine Academy of Science and Technology in New Jersey are doing to study the problem, and it’s effect on lobsters.
The Aqua Kids are back again with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service to see the efforts being made to restore river herring to the Patapsco River in Maryland.
The Aqua Kids join scientists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service to see the work being done to bring back the American Eel population in the Susquehanna River.
Learn how climate change is affecting the fragile Estuarian ecosystem and the consequences of Sea Level Rise.
The Aqua Kids are back at the Goodwin Islands with Dr. Willy Reay of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science where they learn about the hi-tech science behind measuring water quality. Plus a look at how the Chesapeake Bay's Blue Crab population is doing.
Join Aqua Kid, Andrew, as he travels the lower Chesapeake Bay with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. See how Understanding the size and dynamics of the species' population is key to its effective management and protection.
The Aqua Kids visit the mountains of Frederick, Maryland to see how scientists use amphibians, like salamanders , to monitor the ecology using them as environmental indicators.
Travel back in time as the Aqua Kids discover ancient Native American rock carvings in Safe Harbor, Pennsylvania. It seems these ancient artists had their own emoji's.
We’re back with the Students at the Marine Academy of Science and Technology. Join us as we head back to Sandy Hook Bay in New Jersey to monitor fish populations using sonar and trawling.
The Aqua Kids learn that the physiology of a shark is not that different from humans. See the science behind this in the lab of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
With the help of the Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science in New Jersey, the Aqua Kids learn about the program that creates new, protected nesting areas for Endangered Diamondback Terrapins!
With the help of the Marine Academy of Science and Technology and USFWS, the Aqua Kids see the work being done to protect Piping Plovers and their nesting areas. Plus, an up close & personal moment for the kids as they get to band young Ospreys.
See the efforts being made by the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences to bring back Aquatic Vegetation important to Marine Life, plus their efforts to revive the Bay Scallop population!