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This site, created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, provides the available courses in the Nuclear Science and Engineering department. Research and education in nuclear science and engineering first began at...
Approximately 12 million years ago, a massive volcano in the southwestern corner of Idaho erupted and spread a tremendous blanket of ash over a large area. Much of this ash settled over the grasslands of northeastern...
In 1964, a tremendous flood struck Corvallis, Oregon. It was a nightmare for the residents of the town, and during the recovery the Western Ways, Inc. group took 59 oblique photographs of the damage caused by this...
How does a meteorologist or other such individual predict seasonal weather? That question forms the basis for this special report from the National Science Foundation. The interactive report starts by offering an...
With its bold beak and talented talons, the bald eagle is perhaps one of the best symbols of the United States of America. Recently, the Nature program on PBS created this documentary to profile this majestic animal....
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