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This radio broadcast discusses the recent issue of the increase and spread of tunicates (or 'sea squirts'), who have suddenly proliferated off the Atlantic Coast of the United States and Canada. The creatures, an...
In this activity, students will become familiar with topographic maps and their uses, as well as developing an awareness of their local surroundings in terms of geographic and geological features. The activity is...
In this activity, students will use a Geographic Information System (GIS) to map the occurrence of all known meteorites in Colorado before 2000. By making modifications to the map they have constructed, the students...
This site is designed to help instructors and students locate and use online databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools to research environmental risks in their own neighborhoods. Materials include a...
Located in Beaufort, North Carolina, the Duke University Marine Lab offers graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to one 5 week course in a variety of topics. Courses include: physiology, biochemistry,...
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