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This site, authored by Daniel A. Russell of Kettering University, offers an animation that shows the formation of shockwaves from waves generated by a moving source. Photos show shockwaves of a bullet, an airplane, and...
This page from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Langley Research Center contains an image and description of a wake vortex created by the wing of a small propeller plane. The page explains how the...
The University of Florida Extension devotes a portion of its website to Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery, which allows visitors to read a publication or view a PowerPoint presentation on the subject of cleaning up trees...
This Topic in Depth takes a look at organizations and educational websites concerned with reproduction in humans and other animals. In this folder, you'll find information about fertility, embryology, reproductive...
This webpage contains suggestions on how to include essays in physics courses. Questions appropriate to an applied quantum mechanics class are included. This website is a part of the University of Maryland's, "A New...
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