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101. The COMET Program Cold Air Damming Module [UCAR_COMET_MODULE]   PARENT SERF
Cold Air Damming is part of the Mesoscale Meteorology Primer series. This module first presents a Navy forecast scenario prior to the development of a major cold air damming (CAD) event along the ...

102. EarthBeat: A Service of E/The Environmental Magazine [E-Mag-kids]
A monthly environmental newsletter for kids.

103. Sun-Earth Media Viewer [Sun-Earth_Viewer]
Developed jointly by NASA and the University of California at Berkeley, this elegant site allows the general public to look at a number of truly astonishing images of the sun, as rendered from various ...

104. The NOPP Ocean Drifter Data and Education Site [01-drifter-99]
Ocean currents play an extremely important role in the global transfer of water, heat, organisms, nutrients, potential pollutants, and sediments. Satellite and computer technology, combined with ...

105. The United States Polar Rock Repository (USPRR) [USPRRver1]
The United States Polar Rock Repository is a new national facility constructed adjacent to Scott Hall, home of the Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University. It is supported by the National ...

106. Cloud Forest Alive [tsc_cloudforest]
The Cloud Forest Alive Web site, associated with the Tropical Science Center and Forum One Communication, provides a host of information on the biologically diverse cloud forests of Central ...

107. MUSEUMS TEACHING PLANET EARTH (MuTPE) [01-Museum_Tchg_Planet_Earth-01]   CHILD SERFs
MUSEUMS TEACHING PLANET EARTH (MuTPE) is an innovative concept in outreach recently selected to be a member of the ESIP (Earth Science Information Partnership) Federation, a program of NASA's Office ...

108. MUSEUMS TEACHING PLANET EARTH (MuTPE) - Earth Update [02-Earth_Update-01]   PARENT SERF
EARTH UPDATE is an interactive, real-time display system of Earth images and data designed for Museums and Schools and available to the general public as a "museum in a case"! Running from the CD-ROM, ...

109. MUSEUMS TEACHING PLANET EARTH - Space Update [Space_Update-MuTPE]   PARENT SERF
SPACE UPDATE is an interactive, real-time display system of Earth and Space Science images and data designed for Museums and Schools. Running from the CD-ROM, the program displays hundreds of images ...

110. Sci4Kids [Sci4Kids]
Sci4Kids is a series of stories about what scientists do at the ARS. Geared to kids about 8 to 13 years old, it is produced by the ARS Information Staff in Beltsville, Maryland. The stories in Sci4Kids ...

111. Environmental Health Supercourse [PITT_EDU_ENV_SUPERCOURSE]   CHILD SERFs
The Global Environmental Health Supercourse site captures and classifies most the environmental health PowerPoint lectures on the web. The lectures include 550 from the Supercourse. In addition, there ...

112. Explore Climate Change throughout Earth History [GSA-Climate_Change]
Explore Climate Change throughout Earth History Explain to your students what factors can change our climate and have students do activities using data from tree rings, ice cores, fossils and much ...

113. Explore Deep Time [GSA-Deep_Time]
Explore Deep Time "Enhance your teaching with background on the history of our understanding of deep time and explanations of relative age dating and radiometric dating. Full teacher notes, reproducible ...

114. Explore Plate Tectonics [GSA-Plate_Tect]
Plate Tectonics is one the most excellent examples of the scientific process at work. Help your students understand the history and current evidence of the plate tectonics theory with this resource-packed ...

115. Explore Silicate Minerals [GSA-Silicate_Minerals]
Explore Silicate Minerals "Why not enhance your Silicate Minerals class by using this innovative teaching resource. Exemplary teaching notes and student activities are enhanced by color images of ...

116. Explore Tsunami [GSA-Tsunami]
Explore Tsunami Explore Tsunami contains teaching notes, student activities, images, web links and a 3-D cut out model. This is a great way to introduce the science of tsunami to your students in ...

117. Met Office Climate Change Regional Interactive Map [METOFFICE_UKCP]   PARENT SERF
The purpose of the Met Office Climate Change Regional Interactive Map is to see how climate change is expected to affect the rainfall and temperature where people live in the 2050's. The UK's climate ...

118. The Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami Lab [Sumatra_Lab]
In this lab you'll study seismograms from 3 different seismic stations recording the magnitude 9.0 Sumatra earthquake of December 26th, 2004. By comparing the arrival times of the P and S waves on ...

119. Introduction to Discrete Return LiDAR [LiDAR-tutorial]
Light detection and Ranging (LiDAR), sometimes referred to as scanning laser altimetry, is a widespread technology that allows the relative height of surfaces to be measured from an aircraft or satellite ...

120. Digital Water Education Library [DWEL]
The Digital Water Education Library (DWEL) is a thematic collection focusing on the science, economics and policy issues of water. As an educational tool it is designed to facilitate learning about ...

121. Water Science for Schools [Water_Science_4_Schools]
The U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Water Science for Schools web site offers information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions ...

122. Fire Emission Production Simulator (FEPS) [USDAFS_FEPS]
The Fire Emission Production Simulator (FEPS) is a user-friendly computer program designed for scientists and resource managers with some working knowledge of Microsoft Windows applications. The software ...

123. One Planet Many People : Atlas of Our Changing Environment [UNEP2006]
Through a combination of ground photographs, current and historical satellite images, and narrative based on extensive scientific evidence, this publication illustrates how humans have altered their ...

124. Portable University Model of the Atmosphere (PUMA) [DKRZ_PUMA]
The Portable University Model of the Atmosphere is a circulation model in FORTRAN-90 developed at the Meteorological Institute of the University of Hamburg. PUMA originated in a numerical prediction ...

125. ClimProb: Web Based Climate Analysis for the Continental US [01-ClimProb-99]
ClimProb is a java based climate analysis application which has a variety of tools available to view and examine weather related data sets. Users define a time period from a choice of over 800 stations ...

126. Prairie to Mountain Explorer (PTME) Online [PTME_CD-ROM]
Prairie to Mountain Explorer (PTME) is a CD-ROM set of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data specifically designed for use in the classroom. GIS data have been assembled for ID, MT, ND, SD, and ...

127. National Phenology Network Education Clearinghouse [NPN_EDUCATION_CLEARINGHOUSE]
The Educators’ Clearinghouse houses educational materials (lesson plans, activity guides, syllabuses, project design plans) to provide a convenient and growing collection of resources on phenology ...

128. Hydrologic Cycle and Ground Water Animation [SERC_WATER_CYCLE]
This narrated animation illustrates the Hydrologic cycle. It discusses evaporation, groundwater, runoff, infiltration, percolation, the water table, pollutants and surface water contamination. This ...

129. Virtual Courseware for Earth and Environmental Sciences [Virtual_Geology-00]   CHILD SERFs
Geology Labs On-Line is a comprehensive project to develop Web-based lab activities that enhance the learning and teaching of Geology at the College and High School AP levels. These "Virtual" labs ...

130. Earthshots: Satellite Images of Environmental Change [USGS_Earthshots]
Earthshots introduces remote sensing by showing examples of how environmental changes look from space. First-time readers, please start at Garden City, Kansas. Many images from the Earthshots website ...

131. Human Dimensions of Global Change Learning Modules [AAG_HDGC]
This project has developed ten teaching/learning modules through a collaborative process that involves module authors, participants in summer workshops, and project staff at Clark University. Designed ...

132. Paleontology Portal [Paleoportal]
The Paleontology Portal (Paleoportal) is a resource for anyone interested in paleontology, from the professional in the lab to the interested amateur scouting for fossils to the student in any classroom. ...

133. Antarctic Field Guides [Antarctic_Field_Guides]
The Antarctic Field Guides is a collaborative tool offering free access to information that can help you identify Antarctic organisms. Thanks to the initial efforts from Prof. Andrew Clarke (British ...

134. Forest Watch [Forest_Watch]
The University of New Hampshire designed the Forest Watch Program as a hands-on environmental science activity which involves teachers and students in field, laboratory and satellite data analysis ...

135. International Oceanographic Commision (IOC), International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE),Ocean Teacher web site [ioce_oceanteacher]
The Ocean Teacher web site's objective is to provide training tools for Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange. These tools are used during IODE Training Courses but can, to some extent, also ...

136. SOILS - Tools for Educators [USDA_NRCS_SOIL_TOOLS]
The SOILS - Tools for Educators provides background information on soils for students. The package includes soil facts, soil information for each state, lesson plans, soil songs, soil quality information ...

137. 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 ...

138. 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. ...

139. 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 ...

140. Landsat Feature Identification Key [LFIK]
The Landsat feature identification key is a guide to interpreting land cover based on available Landsat TM and ETM+ data. Each feature that is identified is displayed a two different scales (1:500,000 ...

141. Learn2Map Tutorial and Atlas [Learn_to_Map]
Learn2Map is a GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and mapping tutorial that is designed to give you a quick-start introduction to the basics of GIS and make your own maps. ...

142. Virtual Dating: Isochron and Radiocarbon - Geology Labs On-line [Virtual_Dating-02]   PARENT SERF
Virtual Dating models the theory and processes whereby ages of older rocks (> 100 million years) are determined from the Isochron method applied to Rb/Sr isotopic compositions. This activity also ...

143. Virtual Earthquake - Geology Labs On-line [Virtual_Earthquake-00]   PARENT SERF
Virtual Earthquake is an interactive tutorial that helps students understand how the epicenters of earthquakes are located from seismograms and how their Richter magnitudes are determined. (This is ...

144. Global Change - Change and Cycles [USGS_globalchange]
This lesson plan will allow students to develop an understanding of parts per million as a concept, teams of students will create successive dilutions of a solution to reach a parts-per-million concentration. ...

145. Volcano Lessons [USGS_EGSC_VOLCANO]
This teaching packet reflects the goals of the National Science Education Standards developed by the National Research Council. These standards recommend that middle school students be able to understand ...

146. Helping Your Child Learn Geography [LEARN_GEOGRAPHY]
Children are playing in the sand. They make roads for cars. One builds a castle where a doll can live. Another scoops out a hole, uses the dirt to make a hill, and pours some water in the hole to ...

147. 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 ...

148. Map Adventures [USGS_MAP_ADVENTURES]
Map Adventures, with seven accompanying lessons, is appropriate for grades K-3. Students will learn basic concepts for visualizing objects from different perspectives and how to understand /and use ...

149. 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 ...

150. What Do Maps Show - Lessons On How to Read and Use Maps [USGS_MAPSHOW]
The teaching poster and map packet pages with four accompanying lessons is appropriate for upper elementary and junior high school classes. The purpose of this teaching package is to help students ...

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