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The goal of these GIS-based activities and materials is to allow students to gain a more thorough understanding of the Cherokee Removal of the 1830's as they compare and contrast various views of Cherokee life through...
Advice on how scientists, and students, should approach preparing professional conference and science fair posters. Guidelines include what makes a great poster, how to make one, font choices, and poster layout. An...
This radio broadcast discusses the history of magnetism from the time of its discovery by an apocryphal Greek sheperd until the late 16th century and the work of William Gilbert. There is also discussion of who...
In this activity, students construct a magnetometer from a magnet and a spring balance and use it to locate buried objects in a tray. The activity will reinforce the idea that local fluctuations in Earth's magnetic...
This site is designed to help instructors and students locate and use online databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools to research environmental risks in their own neighborhoods. Materials include a...
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