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This site is a free public resource which provides teachers with the tools needed to enhance their instruction using Google Earth, the free program that brings the world to the classroom. Lesson plans include basic...
In 1807, President Thomas Jefferson established the Survey of the Coast in order to support safe transportation through the United States' waters. Today, the Office of Coast Survey is part of the National Oceanic and...
This activity guide illustrates how teachers can use planetary comparisons between Earth and Mars to teach basic geologic activities - i.e. volcanoes, impact cratering, layering, river processes, and crosscutting...
GIS Cafe is a media-rich website on all things geospatial. It includes the most recent news in the field, a weekly magazine, a blog, and information on the latest technologies, products and resources.
This tutorial is designed to expose users to basic functions in HEC-GeoRAS for pre- and/or post-processing of GIS data and HEC-RAS results for flood inundation mapping using ArcGIS. It is expected that you are familiar...
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