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This investigation involves using spatial thinking and intermediate to advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) skills to investigate suburban sprawl in detail, looking at land use decisions made in a rapidly...
In this exercise, students investigate the mechanism for the isostatic support of mountains. Introductory materials explain the Archimedes principle (the weight of a floating solid is supported by the weight of the...
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...
This collection of map and geography lesson plans, classroom activities, projects, reference materials and demonstrations includes state and world maps, satellite images, GIS learning materials, and themed maps such as...
This site provides access to near real-time data on the Earth's magnetic field available at 14 United States Geological Survey (USGS) observatories across the world. The data includes fluxgate sensor measurements (H, D,...
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