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Formerly Conservation Ecology, this electronic, open access, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal provides research findings on the management, stewardship and sustainable use of ecological systems, resources and biological diversity at all levels, the role natural systems play in social and political systems, and the effect of social, economic and political institutions on ecological systems. All articles from all back issues are available in the archives from the first issue published in 1994 to the most current issue in progress; visitors can find these by clicking on the "Find back issues" link to the right. As always, submission guidelines and journal policies are also available...
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GlobalFIA
This site by GlobalFia provides a tutorial on the general aspects of flow injection analysis (FIA), sequential injection analysis (SIA) and the newly coined...
Tables of Roman Measurement
Tables of Roman measurement on this site (Calender, Capacity, Length, Money, Surface, Weight) are taken from A Smaller Latin-English Dictionary, by William...
Submarine Mountains
This activity teaches students how bathymetric maps (topographic maps of underwater landforms) are made by using sonar. Students use a simulated sonar exercise...
Science Friday: Educate
While Science Friday started as a show on public radio stations around the country in 1991, it has since expanded into a number of exciting directions, from...
Let's Talk Science
According to a Carnegie Foundation commission of researchers, the growth of contemporary economies is reliant on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and...



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The Great Pyramid at Chichen Itza, Mexico.
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The motor neurons are the longest cells in the human body. Up to 4.5 feet in length, the motor neurons run from the big toe all the way to the lower spinal cord.


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