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Boston University: Climate and...
Hosted by Boston University, this website presents Geography Professor Ranga B. Myneni's Climate and Vegetation Research Group. The website links to publications about various research projects in the areas of Climate and Vegetation, and Remote Sensing of Vegetation. Some of the Group's specific research areas include Terrestrial Carbon Cycle, Global Vegetation Mapping, Clouds & Atmospheric Radiation, Modeling, and more. The site also offers downloadable files for many research publications from 1997 to the present, and lecture notes and quizzes from three courses. In addition, the site provides a page of related links as well as information about Research Group members, grants, resources,...
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IUCN: Multimedia
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) works to help nations find "pragmatic solutions" to the world's most difficult environmental and...
Microbe World: Podcasts and Videos
The Podcasts & Videos section of Microbe World, a website dedicated entirely to microbes and their interactions with humans, animals, plants, and the...
The Dana Foundation: Kids
The Dana Foundation is on a mission to promote education about the human brain, and the Kid's section of the organization's website is packed with fun-filled...
Yummy Math
For educators who are continually looking for up-to-date, real-world examples of how mathematics impacts daily life, Yummy Math is a welcome ally. In fact,...

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The Great Pyramid at Chichen Itza, Mexico.
Clouds on a sunny day.
The only letter that does not appear on the Periodic Table is the letter "J."

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