|AWARE Kids Teachers Guide
||Contains learning objectives and support materials to develop scientific literacy in K-5 students. Includes national prescribed science standards, learning and extension activities (54 pages).
|Citizen's Guide to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
||Learn about the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, its coral reefs and unique features, as well as its history and how it is managed. This 28-page guide is an excellent introduction to one of the world's largest marine protected areas (MPAs).
|Coral Reefs & Sustainable Marine Recreation
||Over 300 pages detailing how ocean business can conduct their operations while minimizing their environmental impact.
||Coral Reef Alliance
|Deep Sea Florida Reefs Teachers Guide
||This teachers' Guide presents the "hidden oasis" of the deep sea coral reefs off the Florida coast. A 12-page introduction to deep sea reefs and their unique ecology.
||National Coral Reef Institute and NOVA University
|Getting Involved in Caring for Hawai`i's Coastal Resources
||A comprehensive community guidebook (220 pgs) to help develop, organize and guide action. It provides guidance for monitoring and outreach, and presents case studies.
||Department of Land and Natural Resources, State of Hawai'i
|Mooring Buoy Planning Guide
||A comprehensive guide about benefits of mooring buoy systems and how to plan their installation. Presents successful case studies.
||Project AWARE & PADI
|NOAA Informational Exchange Archive
||Over 200 pages of educational programs, activities and resources available on many different websites.