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This learning activity from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) will help students studying the concepts of biotic/abiotic factors and biodiversity. The activity should take about five class...
A webpage for every organism on earth is the goal of this site, which was initially funded in 2007 by the MacArthur Foundation and the Sloan Foundation. To "learn how to navigate EOL, search for content, customize your...
This on-line news article reports that scientists have sequenced the genome of the first salt-loving extremophile, a microorganism that can survive in conditions 10 times saltier than seawater. This halophile, called...
As part of the Red Layer Microbial Observatory Database Project, this website features the Imperial Geyser of Yellowstone National Park. The database provides a study site description and links to site chemistry,...
The United Nations has declared the year 2010 as the year of biodiversity, and none too soon. The definition and importance of biodiversity is explained on the "About" page, but in brief, it's a "rich diversity [in...
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