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Earth?s climate is a mind bogglingly complex system of interdependent parts, and teaching about that system is no easy task. This site from NOAA climate.gov provides all the resources teachers need to bring the s...
Actionbioscience (last mentioned in the September 20, 2002 Scout Report
) offers two lesson plans on ethnobotany and biodiversity based on an interview with Mark Plotkin, author of the popular book A Tale of a Shaman's
Bioflora is a work-in-progress botanical database documenting the unique and endangered flora of the island of Hainan, China -- a biodiversity "hotspot." Recently launched by the Bicoll Group of Shanghai and Munich,...
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) Energy Resources Program addresses the challenge of increasing demand for affordable energy from environmentally acceptable energy sources by conducting basic and applied...
This case study will stimulate students' interest in biochemistry by examining dietary preferences and practices and how they relate to vitamin deficiencies. The lesson demonstrates how biochemistry links metabolism and...
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