Hidden Pacific provides an ideal platform to discuss important concepts focused on marine ecosystem interactions. As such, an 80-page education guide was produced in partnership with Seattle’s Pacific Science Center, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the film’s producers. Key areas covered in the guide include:
› History of marine national monuments in the Pacific Ocean.
› Atoll formation and coral reef communities.
› Wildlife in the marine national monuments.
› Human impacts.
This guide is designed primarily for students in grades 2–8.
Each section of this guide includes:
› Alignment to Next Generation Science Standards.
› Background information on the section topic.
› A materials list and directions for any setup necessary for the lesson.
› A detailed lesson procedure.
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More than one hundred high-resolution photographs are available for social media use and media coverage when used in the context of featuring Hidden Pacific. A sample of images are available here. Photo credit must be included and should read “Photo by Ian Shive” or, for social media, credit should be given to @ianshivephoto and include the hashtags #hiddenpacific and #allmonumentsforall. For the complete collection of images or other media inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Media Resources
In addition to photography, we have also produced ready-made posts for sharing on social media, including the trailer in a 1x1 format for Instagram. We are also regularly adding new video clips for sharing on social media. Credit must be included and should read “Courtesy of Hidden Pacific” or, for social media, credit should be given to @ianshivephoto and the hashtags #hiddenpacific and #allmonumentsforall. For the complete collection of images or other media inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
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