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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. Teacher's Guide: Monitoring Estuarine Water Quality [dataintheclassroom_waterquality]   PARENT SERF
These lessons and accompanying online tools will introduce students to water quality monitoring using real data. First, students need to understand how to access and interpret water quality data, ...

7. The Changing of the Land: A Wisconsin Forest History Unit [uwsp_leaf_change]
The Changing of the Land was developed in 2002 under a Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB) grant at the Central Wisconsin Environmental Station (CWES). The unit was originally distributed ...

8. WI K-12 Urban Forest Lesson Guide [uwsp_leaf_urban]
This guide also supplements the Wisconsin K-12 Forestry Education Lesson Guide. Wisconsin?s urban forests are a very important resource. However, many Wisconsin residents don?t recognize the benefits ...

9. WI K-12 Wildland Fire Lesson Guide [uwsp_leaf_wildland]
This guide supplements the Wisconsin K-12 Forestry Education Lesson Guide. Ninety percent of all forest-related fires in Wisconsin are started by humans. Education is a key prevention tool to develop ...

10. 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 ...

11. 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. ...

12. Digital Earth Watch [DEW]
Digital Earth Watch (formerly Interpreting Digital Images) consists of ABC's of Digital Earth Watch Software (student book), a Teacher Guide, and five software programs. The goal of the DEW unit is ...

13. 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 ...

14. Teach the Earth - The SERC Portal for Geoscience Educators [SERC_TEACHEARTH]
The Teach the Earth portal is aimed primarily at those teaching undergraduates, this site provides ready-to-use activities, help for using new teaching methods, ideas for designing courses, professional ...

15. Wisconsin K-12 Forestry Lesson Guide [UWSP_LEAF_Forestry]
This guide provides educators complete interdisciplinary units that present an overview of forests and forestry in Wisconsin. The lesson guide is divided into six grade-specific units: K-1, 2-3, 4, ...

16. Teacher's Guide: Investigating El Nino Using Real Data [dataintheclassroom_elnino]   PARENT SERF
This guide contains five activities designed for grades 6-8 that incorporate real data from NOAA to help students understand the phenomenon of El Nino. The activities are organized as a pathway with ...

17. Teacher's Guide: Understanding Sea Level Using Real Data [dataintheclassroom_sealevel]   PARENT SERF
This curriculum guide contains five activities designed for grades 6-8 that incorporate real data from NOAA. The activities are organized as a pathway with five levels of increasing sophistication. ...

18. Owlie Skywarn's Weather Book [NOAA_NWS_Owlie]   PARENT SERF
Owlie Skywarn's Weather Coloring Book is designed especially for children (grades K-5). This new version of the favorite Owlie Skywarn book is a pdf file. There are separate chapters on Hurricanes, ...

19. A Basic Introduction To Weather Symbols [NOAA_NSSL_LESSON_SYMBOL]
A Basic Introduction To Weather Symbols is a web-based educational resource on weather symbols used by meteorologists. A meteorologist must convey a lot of information without using a lot of words. ...

20. A Basic Introduction to Weather Maps [NOAA_NSSL_LESSON_MAP]
A Basic Introduction to Weather Maps is a web-based educational resource on the history and use of weather maps created by the National Weather Service. The weather map was not developed until the ...

21. A Basic Introduction to Weather Systems [NOAA_NSSL_LESSON_SYSTEM]
A Basic Introduction to Weather Systems is a web-based educational resource on weather systems. Our spinning planet is covered with moving air. Some of this air is over the ocean and some is over ...

22. VORTEX: Unraveling the Secrets [NOAA_NSSL_VORTEX]
VORTEX: Unraveling the Secrets was created by the National Severe Storms Laboratory as a prototype educational site for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The educational website, ...

23. Weather Coloring Books [NOAA_NSSL_BM_COLOR]
The Weather Coloring Book are a series of coloring books for children who want to learn about weather. The index of titles are as follows. Billy and Maria Visit the National Weather Service, by ...

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