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    • Thumb image for BrainPOP: Ocean FloorResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      BrainPOP: Ocean Floor

      Grades: PS/Pre-K to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science
      This website, from BrainPOP, features a short movie about the ocean floor. After viewing the movie, students can test their know...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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      Acidic Seas

      Grades: 6, 8 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Life Sciences, Chemistry
      For years, our oceans have been hard at work absorbing the carbon dioxide that humans create through burning fossil fuels. But a...
      Contributor: KQED
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      Biofuels: Beyond Ethanol

      Grades: 6, 8 to 12
      Subjects: Life Sciences, Chemistry
      For years there's been buzz – both positive and negative – about generating ethanol fuel from corn. Meet the scientists investi...
      Contributor: KQED
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      Using Venn Diagrams to Compare Two Ecosystems

      Grades: 6 to 8
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, History-Social Science, Science, Geography, Ecology & Ecosystems
      This Xpeditions lesson helps students identify and describe differences between two related ecosystems. Many students believe th...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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      Was Moon Born from Planet's Crash into Earth?

      Grades: 3 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, History-Social Science, American Democracy, Science
      Many scientists think the moon was formed when another planet collided with Earth. New research suggests the impact that created...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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      Why Does the Ozone Hole Vary in Size?

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science
      In this Goddard Institute for Space Studies Science Brief, read about why the Antarctic ozone hole varies in size. An understa...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Savage Earth Animation: The Hot ZonesResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Savage Earth Animation: The Hot Zones

      Grades: 3 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science
      This PBS resource features an animation that accompanies the PBS online feature Savage Earth. The animation explains how plate...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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      The Evolution of Cultural Landscape

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: History-Social Science, Science, World History, Geography and 2 additional..
      This Xpeditions lesson focuses on sequential occupancy of a single habitat. Students learn to appreciate how cultural change cau...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Young Mars Was Wet, Mineral Map ShowsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Young Mars Was Wet, Mineral Map Shows

      Grades: 3 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, History-Social Science, American Democracy, Science
      In this National Geographic News article, read about new data collected from the European Mars Express Orbiter which leads scien...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Savage Earth: Hell's Crust - Our Everchanging PlanetResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Savage Earth: Hell's Crust - Our Everchanging Planet

      Grades: 6 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science
      This PBS resource is a companion Web site to the Savage Earth series, which was broadcast on PBS in July 1998. It explores the...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for X-Ray "Vision" Unlocking Black Hole MysteriesResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      X-Ray "Vision" Unlocking Black Hole Mysteries

      Grades: 3 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, History-Social Science, American Democracy, Science, Geography
      In this National Geographic News article, read about advances in the science of black hole detection. Scientists have learned to...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for A Look at SunspotsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      A Look at Sunspots

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science, Physics
      In this Science NetLinks lesson, one of a three-part series on how scientific tools are used to gather information about the uni...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Using the Computer to Measure SunspotsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Using the Computer to Measure Sunspots

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science, Physics
      This tutorial, from the Yohkoh Public Outreach Project Web site, shows students how to use computer image processing techniques ...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Water on the Move: Current EventsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Water on the Move: Current Events

      Grades: 3 to 8
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science
      Learn what makes ocean currents flow on this page from the Museum of Science s Oceans Alive!. Read about some major ocean curr...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Volcano World: Lava DomesResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Volcano World: Lava Domes

      Grades: 3 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Life Sciences, Science, Technology, Ecology & Ecosystems
      Volcano World: Lava Domes. Inside the giant horseshoe-shaped crater of Mount St. Helens, 17 eruptions between 1980 and 1991 have...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Yup, It's Definitely Getting WarmerResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Yup, It's Definitely Getting Warmer

      Grades: 3 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Life Sciences, Science, Ecology & Ecosystems
      Once again, the flowers have come and gone. The culprit: too much warm weather, too soon. After the balmiest U.S. winter on reco...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for How Stars WorkResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      How Stars Work

      Grades: 6 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science
      This page, from the HowStuffWorks Web site, features information about stars and their properties. There are links to several to...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Abrupt Climate ChangeResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Abrupt Climate Change

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Number Sense, Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Science
      This Science NetLinks lesson focuses on a current issue in science in order to help students understand the process by which sci...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for What's Up With the Weather?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      What's Up With the Weather?

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, History-Social Science, Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Science, Geography
      In this Xpeditions lesson, students pretend they're meteorologists who have been asked to give a press report explaining what is...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for How Old Are the Stars?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      How Old Are the Stars?

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Earth & Space Science, Science, Mathematics, Physics
      In this Science NetLinks lesson, students determine the age of a star cluster by observing, measuring, and plotting astronomical...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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