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View Resource Technology and Environmental Decisionmaking

Each of the seven modules in Technology and Environmental Decisionmaking, from the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC), focuses on using science and critical-thinking skills to explore an important environmental issue. The modules provide resources and activities for use in the classroom. The modules are: MTBE: From America?s Most Wanted to Most Unwanted Gasoline A...

View Resource National Geographic: Environment

The Environment section of the National Geographic website has so many photos, quizzes, blogs, games and news to learn from and enjoy, that visitors will probably have to make a number of return visits. For those with only a little time, visitors absolutely must check out the link "News Blog: Greatest Nature Photos" under the "Environment News" heading near the top of the page. There visitors...

View Resource Our Planet

Our Planet is the United Nations Environment Program's magazine for environmentally sustainable development. Each issue focuses on one particular theme and contains articles authored by a variety of people, including leaders of UN organizations, non-governmental organizations, and businesses. Site contains every issue dating back to May 1996 and allows full access to the articles. Topics cover a...

View Resource Ocean Remote Sensing Base for Interactive Teaching and Learning

A collection of seven lesson plans from the Institute for Marine Remote Sensing in St. Petersburg, Florida. Titles include: Light and Water: The Secchi Disk Experiment, Coral Reef Remote Sensing Classification Experiment, Ocean Color, Sea Surface Temperature I and II, West Florida Shelf temperature changes with time and their impact on local reefs, The Coral Reef Cake: An Activity for K-12 Earth...

View Resource When is Dinner Being Served? Predicting the Spring Phytoplankton Bloom in the Gulf of Maine

This is a student activity regarding phytoplankton blooms and their effects on the ecosystem. Students will obtain and analyze data on the variables that influence the spring phytoplankton bloom from buoy monitoring stations in the Gulf of Maine. Activity includes background information, step by step instructions, additional resources, and activity extensions.

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