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View Resource Breeding Perennial Grain Crops

This 2002 publication, from the Land Institute, describes the benefits and practicality of converting world-wide grain crop production from annual to perennial plants.

View Resource MIT OpenCourseWare: The City, Spring 2003

Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, the site explores the variety of physical aspects of cities in the twentieth century, and what has influenced their landscape. The course particularly examines the history of Boston and how events have affected its development. The site provides recommended readings, links to...

View Resource Microscope Imaging Station

The Exploratorium in San Francisco continues to break new and intriguing ground with their latest online project, the Microscope Imaging Station. The actual physical Station resides at their museum, and was opened in 2004. Developed to complement this interactive exhibit, this online manifestation of the Station allows visitors to peer into the cells of living organisms such as sea urchins and...

View Resource Biomes of the World

The Missouri Botanical Garden offers this colorful and appealing Web site about Earth's biomes and aquatic ecosystems. Designed for kids, Biomes of the World offers loads of well-presented information on rainforest, taiga, tundra, desert, temperate deciduous forest, and grassland, as well as freshwater and marine ecosystems. Each biome or ecosystem includes pages of photos and facts covering...

View Resource The American Museum of Natural History Congo Expedition 1909-1915

In 1909, scientists Herbert Lang and James P. Chapin, as well as numerous assistants, set out into the remote Central African Congo River basin to explore and catalog the many extraordinary plant and animal species found within. This fabulous new Web sitefrom the American Museum of Natural History details the six-year expedition that resulted in the first comprehensive study of the Congo basin....

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