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This section of the Windows to the Universe web site provides information and resources for teachers including activities about astronomy, earth science, physical science, and NASA. Here users will find climate change...
Under the banner of "A clear voice for science", the radio program "Earth & Sky" has been on the air since 1991. On this site, visitors can listen to the program, which has answered such questions as "How slow does the...
The Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, as part of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, is "an interdisciplinary organization that conducts natural resources surveys and research to produce information...
The Real World Learning Objects (RWLO) Resource Library is "an online repository of Internet-based unique and compelling learning objects designed so that community college faculty can easily access and adapt for use in...
Are you fascinated by fascia? Might you find silica scintillating? Look no further gentle reader as Bentham Open Access can provide information about these topics. Bentham Publishers recently launched over 200...
From Arches National Park to the towering cliffs at Castle Rock Campground, Utah has some remarkable geology on display. The Utah Geological Survey decided to draw on these fantastic "outdoor laboratories" and create a...
Produced by Gregg Dilling.com, this website presents information on different types of methods and equipment used to collect and analyze soil and soil samples. Provides information on strengths, weakness, safety and...
Over 400 science projects, drafted by a professor of Science, are published on this educational Web site. Projects from various scientific fields include animals, atoms, ecology, meteorology, microorganisms, and more....
The United States Council on Geotechnical Engineering Research provides this website to "provide advocacy for the continued development and expansion of high quality geotechnical engineering research and education by US...
This paper compares the economic and productivity factors associated with bolt and screen, shotcrete and polymer lining underground rock support methods. It shows how these methods can make a safer and more effective way...
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