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View Resource Google Earth Lesson Plans

This site is a free public resource which provides teachers with the tools needed to enhance their instruction using Google Earth, the free program that brings the world to the classroom. Lesson plans include basic how-to guides, student and teacher controlled exercises and more.

View Resource Principles and Practice of GPS Surveying

This resource from the University of New South Wales includes a complete textbook on the principles and practice of GPS surveying. Topics include satellite positioning, GPS instrumentation and signals, GPS baseline processing and network processing, and more.

View Resource Teaching Introductory Geoscience Courses in the 21st Century

This web module is for those who teach introductory earth science courses. Here you will find ideas for designing a new course, spicing up an existing course design, or adding innovative activities or teaching methods.

View Resource Map-It: Form-based Simple Map Generator

This map generator takes longitude/latitude pairs as input and plots them on a Mercator projection map along with land/sea and political boundaries. The map bounds will be about 10 percent larger than the bounds of the entered data points. As an example, the generator is loaded with default values that yield a map of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, generated by supplying the longitude and latitude...

View Resource Historic Topographic Maps of California: San Francisco Bay Area

This collection of historic topographic maps goes back to the late 19th century. Comparison of maps of the same area from different times allows users to observe changes in land use over time. The maps can be searched by using list of available quadrangles, by clicking on an interactive index map, or by a word search of feature names.

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