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View Resource Student Observation Network

Developed by NASA, the Student Observation Network (SON) provides visitors "with the necessary tools to observe the dynamic connections between the Sun and the Earth." The four programs: Sunspotters, Radio Waves, Magnetosphere, and Auroral Friends are full of fun activities including building telescopes and constructing Magnetometers. Students are encouraged to submit their data to SON which then...

View Resource Caribbean Conservation Corporation & Sea Turtle Survival League

The Caribbean Conservation Corporation (CCC) was founded in 1959 by sea turtle champions such as ecologist Dr. Archie Carr, who served as the CCC's Scientific Director for nearly three decades. As the oldest sea turtle organization on the globe, the CCC "works to enact protective laws and establish refuges for the preservation of sea turtle habitats and coastal environments." The CCC created the...

View Resource The Bryozoa Home Page

The Bryozoa Home Page was developed by Philip Bock, currently an Honorary Fellow at Deacon University in Australia. The Bryozoa Home Page is hosted by RMIT University, with a mirrored site at the Natural History Museum in London. The website contains several indexes to Bryozoan including Systematic and Alphabetic Listings of Families; an Alphabetic Index of Bryozoan Genera; an Index to...

View Resource The American Society of Mammalogists

Founded in 1919, the American Society of Mammalogists (AMS) is an organization, composed primarily of professional scientists, that promotes mammal study. The members of AMS also work to provide "information for public policy, resources management, conservation, and education." A notable ASM site feature is the Mammal Image Library which provides "images of mammals for educational purposes...

View Resource Math in Daily Life

Math in the "real world" happens all the time, and it can involve everything from buying a car to following a simple (or complex) recipe. The "Math in Daily Life" site offers up a series of interesting ways to get students thinking about how math works in everyday life. Created by Annenberg Media, this set of interactive exercises looks at the manifestation of mathematical principles in areas of...

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