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Basic geometric forms such as cubes, octahedra, rhombohedra, and tetrahedra may be made by folding flat paper or envelopes, both reasonably priced starting materials. These may be used to help visualize solid forms in crystallography and mineralogy and numbers of them may be used to create unit...
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Try this introductory bioenergy activity with your high school biology or environmental science students. Developed by Jason de Koff, assistant professor of Agronomy and Soil Science at Tennessee State University, with funding from a U.S. Department of agriculture -, National Institute of Food and...
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"Two remote-sensing activities. Activity 1 provides Landsat images from NASA that you will use to analyze urban development with respect to seismic activity. Activity 2 allows you to investigate """"recent"""" seismic activity along faults in the San Francisco Bay region of California."
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Flood! Activity provides Landsat images from NASA to help you find evidence that a river channel has moved over time. During a flood, a river not only overflows, it also becomes more powerful--it carves away its banks at a faster rate, it gouges a deeper channel, and it carries more sediment. But a...
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This activity introduces students to the concept of sorting materials in different mediums and the sedimentary feature called graded bedding. Students will discover that water is a good medium to separate and sort particles, and that particles behave differently in water than in air.
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Climate change is a major global issue of our time. Understanding the essential principles of climate science will enable students to better assess information and to contribute to what will be ongoing climate discussions as informed citizens. Students observe and contrast thermal properties of...
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Two remote sensing activities are listed. Activity 1 provides GOES images from NASA to help you learn to track a hurricane. Activity 2 allows you to investigate the relationship between wind speed in a hurricane and two other factors.
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This activity has been designed as a way to access a learning groups prior knowledge of and experiences with seismology, while introducing the participants to one another.
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Volcano! Activity provides Landsat images from NASA that will help you select the best route for a road that will allow the residents of Orting, WA to escape before a mudflow from Mt. Rainier covers their town. Participants prepare a map outlining a proposed escape route for the residents....
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Published in 2016
The SEED Earth Science Week Online Toolkit, a partnership of Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development (SEED) and the American Geosciences Institute (AGI), provides Earth science education resources in both Spanish and English. Please join us! El Juego de Herramientas en línea SEED, que...
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The Denver Museum of Nature and Science offers a variety of educational resources for all ages.
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Published in 2017
In case you haven’t already heard, there’s a total solar eclipse coming to North America on August 21, 2017. In the path of totality, viewers will be in the shadow of the moon for about two minutes. What most people don’t realize is that for about an hour before and an hour after totality, a...
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This on-line edition contains the text from the original book in its entirety.
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Published in 2015
Where is the water in soil? Solids, liquids, and gases, the three phases of matter, are always present in soil. Small mineral and organic particles compromise the solid fraction, and there are spaces (pores) between the solid particles. Some pores are large, and others are very small. Air and water,...
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Students can study the air currents within their classroom to examine how wind and ocean currents distribute particles through different environments.
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Scientists, engineers, and others create geologic maps to determine the best places for people to settle, build, farm, and use land in a variety of ways. They also use geologic maps to monitor the ways that human activity might be changing the land itself over time. As the Geologic Map of Karst in...
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Integrating the applications of geodesy into the secondary and undergraduate curriculum broadens students' exposure to modern measurement techniques such as global positioning system (GPS), airborne or terrestrial lidar (TLS), and gravity. Scientists use geodesy as an approach to understand the...
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"In this activity, students will put together continent puzzle pieces and answer questions on Pangea, continental drift, and fossil rock evidence. To download, click the """"""""View This Resource"""""""" button on the right."
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The Active Earth Monitor is a customizable computer based earth science display designed for K-12 schools, museums, visitor centers, libraries, and universities. The Active Earth Monitor provides a way to engage audiences with earth science information without spending resources on a large exhibit....
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The Chemical Heritage Foundation offers resources that highlight the stories of chemistry and the people behind them. Teachers will find historical biographies and videos, iPad apps, role-playing games, and interactive timelines that make the history of chemistry come alive. Watch Women in Chemistry...
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