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View Resource Virtual Vacationland -- Bigelow Lab's Portal to Earth Science Data

This site from Bigelow Labs helps you find and use web-based earth science data and information. Content is arranged by topic: land topography; bathymetry; coastal tides; ocean buoy data; ocean temperature; weather and climate; and watersheds and rivers. Also includes links to over forty "hands on" activities. Each topic has background information, terminology, key questions, web links, images...

View Resource San Diego Watershed Common Ground Project

This resource, created by San Diego Bay Watersheds in partnership with San Diego State University, provides data about water quality in the Bay area. The site provides four different tutorials designed to introduce students or educators to the concepts of geographic information systems (GIS) as it relates to watersheds. These resources focus on water quality exceedance maps, use of interactive...

View Resource Project WET

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is a nonprofit water education program and publisher for educators and young people ages 5-18. Site features information on its renowned training workshops, where participants receive a collection of over 90 K-12 broad-based water resource activities. Site also includes a catalog of other classroom resources available for purchase. Site also available in...

View Resource Longitudinal Study

This page provides a problem-based activity that exposes conflicting views of environmental issues. The class will choose a local stream, river or lake to study. Students will use water testing equipment, evaluate the health of the body of water and determine if there have been positive or negative changes in the body's quality over time. The activity should take one day in the field and one day...

View Resource Surf Your Watershed

From Foothill College and the Using a Web-Based GIS to Teach Problem-Based Science in High School and College project, this lesson plan covers watersheds. Students will discover in which watershed they live and describe water quality issues at local, county, and state levels. A worksheet and teaching guide are included. The document is available in Microsoft Word format at:...

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