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Maggie Verster

Understanding Science - 9 views

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    Understanding Science gives users an inside look at the general principles, methods, and motivations that underlie all of science
Maggie Verster

Digital Library for Earth System Education - 18 views

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    Searchable according to grade level, resource type, collections and standards
Maggie Verster

"Worried about your impact on the environment? WWF Footprint Calculator - 7 views

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    "Worried about your impact on the environment? The way we use the planet's resources makes up our ecological footprint. Measuring yours takes less than 5 minutes and could set you on a life-changing journey... "
Maggie Verster

Biology Questions & answers - 9 views

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    "Study Hundreds of Biology Questions and Be Prepared for the Exams"
Maggie Verster

Our World And The Science Behind It - 15 views

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    Lovely resources and images for biology and life sciences teachers
Maggie Verster

Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear - 0 views

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    Examine the physiological, neurobiological and sociological aspects of fear.
Maggie Verster

How the world has changed: some satellite images - 0 views

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    The Earth Observatory has pulled together a special series of NASA satellite images documenting how our world-forests, oceans, human landscapes, even the Sun-has changed during the previous decade.
Maggie Verster

New online game encourages students to learn about estuaries - 0 views

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    The game occurs inside the ecosystem of an estuary on the West Coast of the United States. Following a young girl named Valerie, players interact with Oscar the sea otter and the fictional Claminator, a geoduck clam. To succeed, players must learn about the factors that produce healthy estuaries, food webs, and why estuaries are essential to both ocean life and humans. During the course of the game, students recycle and clean up trash, remove obstructions in waterways, replant the habitat to bring back food webs, and battle pollution monsters to restore Oscar's home
Maggie Verster

Scitable is a free science library and personal learning tool - 0 views

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    A free science library and personal learning tool brought to you by Nature Publishing Group, the world's leading publisher of science.
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    "Scitable currently concentrates on genetics, the study of evolution, variation, and the rich complexity of living organisms. As you cultivate your understanding of modern genetics on Scitable, you will explore not only what we know about genetics and the ways it impacts our society, but also the data and evidence that supports our knowledge."
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