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1. Ozone Over Your House [NASA_ozoneaq_ozone_overhead]
You can find the total column ozone amount over any point on Earth for most dates between November 1978 and December 1994 and from August 1996 to today. Just click on the map. Note: This is not the ...

2. Invasive Species Forecasting System [NASA_ISFS]
The NASA Office of Earth Science and the US Geological Survey are working together to develop a National Invasive Species Forecasting System for the early detection, remediation, management, and control ...

3. Build It Yourself: Satellite! Game [NASA_JWST_BUILD]
You get to be the scientist in the "Build It Yourself: Satellite!" game! Choose what science your satellite will be used to study, and then decide what wavelengths, instruments, and optics will help ...

4. PUMAS (Practical Uses of Math and Science) - The On-line Journal of Math and Science Examples For Pre-College Education [01-pumas-00]
PUMAS -- is a collection of brief examples showing how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be used in interesting settings, including every day life. The examples are written primarily ...

5. TRMM: Potential LANDSLIDE Areas [TRMM_Potential_LANDSLIDE_Areas]
TRMM Potential LANDSLIDE Areas: Click yellow circles on maps to see regional areas with potential landslides.

6. The SeaWiFS Educator's Guide and Activities [02-SeaWiFS-99]
The SeaWiFS education site has 5 categories of information pertaining to global ocean processes. "Life in the Oceans" explains the role that satellites play in studying the ocean color and the necessity ...

7. Geomorphology From Space - An Educational Web Site of Space Imagery and Information [01-gsfc_geomorph_space-00]
Geomorphology from Space, originally created in 1986 as a publicized book, is now offered online. The core is a gallery of space imagery with 237 images with information, each treating some geographic ...

8. Mission: Biomes [Mission_Biomes]
Biomes acquaints students with various biomes, such as rainforests, deserts, and tundras, including average temperature and precipitation levels. It then offers activities for students to complete ...

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