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Introduction to Watershed Ecology
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Screenshot Another informative Web site from the Environmental Protection Agency is the Online Training in Watershed Management page. Here, citizens have access to a wealth of information and tools to help them understand and protect their water resources. This module introduces watershed ecology by discussing five topics: "Physical Template," "Biological Setting," "Natural Systems Concept," "Watershed Structure," and "Watershed Function." Images and definitions are embedded throughout the module, and a self-test is presented at the end.
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The Size of Space
While the enormity of the universe is hard to conceptualize, this visual graphic created by computer scientist Neal Agarwal helps provide some context. The Size...
The Pathogen Tracker Game
The Pathogen Tracker Game is perfect for science teachers seeking a hands-on activity to demonstrate the power of pathogens. The game was created and launched...
American Birding Podcast
Readers who love birds and those who enjoy learning about nature in general may be interested in the American Birding Podcast, which was launched by the...
Get in My Body: Drug Delivery
TeachEngineering offers educators a rich library of standards-aligned teaching materials on a wide variety of STEM topics. The biomedical science lesson plan...
arXiv.org e-Print archive
Although the title does not allude to the site's content, this Los Alamos National Laboratory Website is an example of one of the best uses of the Web. Here,...



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