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View Resource How Are Earth's Spheres Interacting?

This site, part of Exploring Earth Investigation by McDougal Littell and TERC, examines how Earth's spheres are interacting. The investigations "were designed to build students' knowledge of Earth Science concepts?and to raise student awareness of Earth as a system of interconnected components and processes." Here, visitors will find information about Earth's four spheres, how they interact, E...

View Resource Essential Earth and Space Science for Teachers

The Essential Science for Teachers courses are designed to help k - 6 teachers gain an understanding of some of the bedrock science concepts they need to teach standards-based curricula. Earth and space science consists of eight one-hour video programs accompanied by print and Web materials that provide in-class activities and homework explorations. Real-world examples, demonstrations, animations...

View Resource Manual on Subsurface Investigation

A series of twelve modules that constitute a comprehensive training course in geotechnical and foundation engineering. Sponsored by the National Highway Institute (NHI) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the training course is given at different locations in the U.S. The intended audience includes civil engineers and engineering geologists involved in the design and construction of...

View Resource Sewer and Septic Tanks

This web site, by HowStuffWorks.com, gives a complete explanation with pictures and diagrams of septic systems and waste water treatment plants and how they work. Also explains why one system may be chosen instead of the other.

View Resource National Park Service, Nature & Science: Teacher Resources

The National Park Service has developed this exemplary set of educational resources which draws on their greatest assets, namely national parks from Maine to Utah. The materials are specifically designed for teaching geology, but it's easy to see how these items could be incorporated into general science classes. The main area on their homepage features over a dozen teacher guides and park...

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