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Dead Zone - Background and Role Play
In this exercise from ATEEC, students will complete a critical thinking activity on hypoxia and the Mississippi River watershed. The activity requires role playing "a public meeting to discuss theĀ Integrated Assessment of Hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, along with the recommendations forĀ future action contained in the report and in the action plan." This document lists resources required for the activity, goals, six stakeholders for the students to role play, and additional resources.
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Symmetries II
This geometry unit from Illuminations includes 4 lessons investigating reflections and their properties. The four lessons progress from simple to more advanced...
Harmful Algal Blooms: Paralytic...
This University of Maryland SeaGrant web page explores outbreaks of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP), a problem on both the East and West coasts of the US...
American Accounting Association...
Provided by the American Accounting Association (AAA), this section of the AAA website provides a variety of resources for university accounting faculty. ...
National Atlas of the United States
Developed by the United States Geological Survey and its partners, the National Atlas of the United States is a predominantly digital collection of maps...
Combustion and Emissions
A flickering candle lights the way for a scientific investigation. This lesson uses hands-on demonstrations and web-based presentations to explore the science...

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Bright yellow-green moss growing on a dead tree branch.
Black and white vector illustration of a skull.
When driving a car at 80 km/h, half of the fuel used is to overcome the wind resistance alone.

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