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1. Circle the Earth - Explore Surface Types on a Journey around Earth [MY_NASA_DATA_CE]   PARENT SERF
The purpose of this lesson plan is to use the CERES percent coverage surface data with a world map in locating landmasses and bodies of water at Earth's Equator.

2. Cold, Clouds, and Snowflakes [MY_NASA_DATA_CCS]   PARENT SERF
The purpose of this lesson plan is to use satellite data to explore the relationship between the amount of water vapor and the temperature of clouds, as well as snowflake shapes and cloud temperature.

3. Comparison of Snow Cover on Different Continents [MY_NASA_DATA_CSC]   PARENT SERF
The purpose of this lesson plan is to use the Live Access Server (LAS) to form maps and a numerical text file of snow cover for each continent on a particular date. They will analyze the data for ...

4. Coral Bleaching in the Caribbean [MY_NASA_DATA_CBC]   PARENT SERF
The purpose of this lesson plan is to have students use authentic satellite data to determine when the sea surface temperature meets the criteria to induce coral bleaching.

5. How Does the Earth's Energy Budget Relate to Polar Ice? [MY_NASA_DATA_ENERGY_BUDGET]   PARENT SERF
The purpose of this lesson plan is to use satellite data to understand how the net flux of the radiation budget relates to the amount of ice present in the Northern Hemisphere.

6. 27 Ideas for Teaching With Topographic Maps [USGS_TEACH_TOPO_MAPS]
The USGS publishes approximately 57,000 different topographic maps covering the United States. Topographic maps show contour lines (elevation and landforms), hydrography (rivers, lakes, marshes), ...

7. The Fragile Fringe - A Guide for Teaching About Coastal Wetlands [USGS_fringe]
Wetlands are found throughout the United States and the world. Wetlands are transitional areas sandwiched between the inland and aquatic habitats. Indicative of the name, wetlands are land areas that ...

8. Exploring Caves - Teaching Packet for Grades K-3 [USGS_exploringcaves]
"Exploring Caves" is an interdisciplinary set of materials on caves for grades K-3. Caves entail at least five scientific disciplines: earth science, hydrology, mapping, biology, and anthropology. ...

9. The Life Cycle of a Mineral Deposit - A Teacher’s Guide for Hands-On Mineral Education Activities [USGS_GIP_2005_17]
This teacher's guide defines what a mineral deposit is and how a mineral deposit is identified and measured, how the mineral resources are extracted, and how the mining site is reclaimed; how minerals ...

10. Lessons on the Lake: An Educator's Guide to the Pontchartrain Basin [USGS_OFR_98-805_LESSONS]
The Lake Pontchartrain Basin, formed about 5,000 years ago, is a vast ecological system of over 4,700 square miles. Many cultures have inhabited its lands and fished its waters. From Native Americans ...

11. Bridge - The Online Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center [01-Bridge-Ocean-Sci-Ed-RC-99]
(Summary adapted from The Bridge web site) The Bridge is a growing collection of on-line marine education resources. It provides educators with a convenient source of accurate and useful information ...

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