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Coastlines are places of continuous, often dramatic geological activity. They change daily and seasonally, but especially over long time periods. This interactive feature discusses the forces that help shape coastal...
The sea floor is mapped for a variety of environmental and commercial reasons, including marine and coastal resource management, navigational charting, and oil and gas exploration. This video segment shows how...
This lesson plan on strip mining from AgrowKnowledge uses the example of a community that has been impacted by the effects of absentee landownership, extractive industry and corrupt government and regulatory agencies....
Teachers looking for materials to help out in the classroom will find this well-organized site most useful. Created by the folks at Geology.com, the site's materials were compiled by Christy Pratt, and they are...
This paper, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, discusses using a problem based learning approach to analytical and applied chemistry. A case study is described which is based on an investigation of a...
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