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This United States Environmental Protection Agency website provides instructions for using Secchi disks and transparency tubes to measure water clarity. The page also features a short description of each device.
This lab exercise, authored by Lana Hays of Access Excellence at the National Health Museum, giving instructions for the extraction of DNA from several different starting materials. The lab employs everyday material...
In this lab activity, students will observe the minute animals that live between sand grains. The activity includes a list of materials, procedures, and discussion question. It is supplemented with reference images...
This National Science Foundation sponsored interactive website gives a step-by-step explanation of the dead zone, including what it is and what causes it. It offers pictures, interactive animations, charts, and figures...
This Joint Oceanographic Institutions activity (PDF) provides questions related to interpreting paleoclimate (climate in the past) data. Questions inquire about characteristics that make sites favorable for...
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