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A curriculum development project for high school and undergraduate students that uses real-time environmental date to teach about lake systems. WOW is a complete package containing two sets of curricula, basic science and water science. Also includes real time data from many lakes and rivers nationwide, extensive online primers, data interpretation and Geographic Information System Tools, and...

View Resource Looking Down at the Earth from Space with SeaWiFS False Color Oceans.

Created by the amazing folks at the Goddard Space Flight Center, this site looks down at the Earth from Space. The SeaWiFS Instrument allows us to see the Oceans in a different light. This tools provides many interesting looks at the massive oceans and how data is collected and interpreted.

View Resource Real-time Monitoring of the Earth's Magnetic Field

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, Z, or intensity and declination) specifications and proton magnetometer data (F, or strength), and are available with a 12-24 minute delay. The data are 'preliminary' in nature,...

View Resource Nebraska Astronomy Applet Project

The Nebraska Astronomy Applet Project has developed a series of online Introductory Level Astronomy modules that use high-quality simulations to introduce students to important astronomical and astrophysical phenomena. Current modules address the solar system, Earth's seasons, the horizon coordinate system and rotation of the night sky, and the motions of the sun. There are also simulators that...

View Resource National Ocean Service Discovery Kit: Welcome to Currents

This tutorial provides an overview of some of the major factors that cause coastal and open ocean currents. Topics include longshore and rip currents, and upwelling events, as well as discussions of the Coriolis effect, the Ekman spiral, and thermohaline circulation. There is also information on methods for measuring currents and on how ocean currents affect human activities. The 'Roadmap to...

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