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This radio broadcast discusses a study of coral reefs near Belize, which has revealed that they are dying from emergent diseases connected with water pollution and global warming. A marine scientist who led the study...
Space Invaders at Sea
This radio broadcast discusses the recent issue of the increase and spread of tunicates (or 'sea squirts'), who have suddenly proliferated off the Atlantic Coast of the United States and Canada. The creatures, an...
Topographic Maps III: Back Azimuths and Triangulation
In this activity, students will learn the more advanced mapping skills of calculating back azimuths and triangulation. Using a local 7.5-minute series map, the teacher will select a starting point and an obstacle, have...
A Visit to Florida's Mosquito Man
This radio broadcast features an interview with George O'Meara, the world's foremost expert on mosquitoes, who studies mosquito biology and dispenses fun facts (such as: only female mosquitoes bite). There are...
This radio broadcast explains how packrat nests, usually made of nearby sticks and leaves, may last as long as 40,000 years. The materials in these nests may reveal the ecology of an area in the past. Studies of the...
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