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View Resource Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center

Created in 1995, the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center (GCMRC) was created in order to measure the effects of Glen Canyon Dam operations on natural and physical resources along the Colorado River. As such, the GCMRC's projects also monitor and examine the biological, cultural, and physical resources of the entire Colorado River ecosystem. The materials on their site are divided into...

View Resource Diatom-Based Bioassessment in Wetlands: How Many Samples Do We Need to Characterize the Diatom Assemblage in a Wetland Adequately?

This article by Christine L Weilhoefer and Yangdon Pan of Portland State University addresses the use of microscopic diatoms lodged in sediment to learn about the history of lakes, rivers, and wetlands. This case illustrates such a study done with an extensive wetland along the Columbia River in Oregon, US.

View Resource Environmental Monitoring

The North Carolina Community College System BioNetwork's interactive eLearning tools (IETs) are reusable chunks of training that can be deployed in a variety of courses or training programs. IETs are designed to enhance, not replace hands-on training. Learners are able to enter a hands-on lab experience better prepared and more confident. This particular IET delves into Environmental Monitoring,...

View Resource NOAA Watch: NOAA’s All-Hazard Monitor

When the weather outside is frightful (or even when it isn?t), budding meteorologists will want to turn to the NOAA?s All-Hazard Monitor website. Drawing on an impressive array of weather-tracking devices, satellites, and so on, visitors can monitor a number of types of weather here, including tropical weather, droughts, volcanoes, earthquakes, and oil spills. Along with the ?Weather Summa...

View Resource The University of Texas at Austin-Bureau of Economic Geology: On-line Modules

Middle school teachers and students can explore key Earth science concepts through numerous online learning modules created by the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin. The modules investigating aquifers and soil provide lists of vocabulary, lists of materials, and descriptions of procedures for the fun hands-on labs. Students can view El Paso topography, take a virtual...

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