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Natural History Notebooks
The Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN) offers an online version of its Natural History Notebook series originally published in 1977-81. Interesting facts and attractive black-and-white sketches are provided for each of the nearly 250 animal species featured in the Web site. All illustrations are by Charles Douglas, former chief illustrator at CMN. The notebook collection includes one each for mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, endangered or extinct species, prehistoric life, and another that allows users to search for animals by geographical region.
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Smart Grids
This book was written by Jim Trepka and provides an introduction to smart grids. A smart grid is a range of technologies that allow for more complex...
STEM Action Center - Utah: Lesson...
This webpage, from the STEM Action Center - Utah, includes a number of STEM lesson plans. These lessons are intended for varying grade levels that range from...
InfoMat: Fashion Industry Business...
InfoMat provides users with an extremely comprehensive source of company, industry, and market information about the international fashion industry. The site is...
Open Geography Education
Instructors and professors of geography and related disciplines will want to take advantage of the resources made available by Open Geography Education, a...
NASA Precipitation Education:...
Drinking water, agriculture, extreme weather survival, climate change resilience, and other essential aspects of life depend on the availability of water and...



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The Andromeda Galaxy and companion galaxies.
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