Chris Palmer lectures at Aquinas College's Wege Speaker Series
Honored Environmental Film Producer Chris Palmer to Lecture at Aquinas College's 15th Annual Wege Speaker Series.
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Pastimes - Quiz 2
The pupil will revise the theme of Weather. The pupil will use interactive resources to encourage reading. The pupil will have an opportunity to do functional reading. Written questions will be used to assess the understanding of the pupil.
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Female desert bighorn sheep in the Sonora desert
Desert bighorn sheep use a lot of energy to regulate their internal temperature in the desert. During the summer the sheep eat plants and drink water every few days. In the winter, desert plants contain enough water for sheep survival.
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Spell-a-thon List 03 - Quiz
This quiz tests your ability to spell words from the CARI Spellathon 2005 list 3.
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Cash Flow Statements - Quiz
How much do you know about cash flow statements?
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Los Angeles SeaWiFS True Color Stills
SeaWiFS true color still images of Los Angeles for 20 dates from September 9, 1997 to August 8, 1998
Author(s): Gene Feldman,Jesse Allen

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North East Coast True Color Time Lapse from SeaWiFS (Gulf of St. Lawrence to Cape Cod)
Transitions between relatively cloud free true color scenes of the northeast coast between the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Cape Cod, from SeaWiFS
Author(s): Gene Feldman,Jesse Allen

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The Perfect Purple Feather Read-Aloud Online Storybook
This read-aloud is The Perfect Purple Feather written by Hanoch Piven. Feeling a poke from within his pillow during the night, Jacob maneuvers a fluffy purple feather to the surface. Beginning with a bluebird in a nearby tree, various animals explain how they would put it to good use-as a wing, a pen, a tail, etc. When a tick tickles an elephant's nose with it, the elephant sneezes, causing the feather to fly through the sky, suggesting the possibility that it may land in the reader's bedro
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Population Genetics and Evolution: A Simulation Exercise
A simulation laboratory exercise to demonstrate population genetics concepts.
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The Kankapot Creek Coast Guard: Public service through water quality monitoring of a stressed stream
The Biology Department at the University of Wisconsin -- Fox Valley is carrying out a long-term project in which students gather water quality data on a nearby impaired stream. These data will eventually be used to help formulate a restoration plan for the stream. This exercise follows the procedures our students use to assess stream habitat quality, chemical and physical parameters, and benthic macroinvertebrate diversity and pollution tolerance. Data collection is completed in the field using
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The intestine and anus of the Daphnia
The intestine and anus are part of the digestive system. In animals, the complete digestive system is made up of the mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, intestines, pancreas, and the anus. The digestive system functions to process food and eliminate wastes.
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Food Vocabulary (Irish) Quiz 4
The pupil will revise the theme of Food. Written questions will be used to assess the understanding of the pupil. The pupil will be able to correct themselves. The pupil will use interactive resources to encourage reading.
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NeuroLogic Exam: Introduction: "x" Values
So far we have a handle on the vertical localization within the neuroaxis but we have a very flat, one-dimensional structure. We need to have a way to come up with "x" values. Let's rotate the neuroaxis by 90 degrees so we can see it in the coronal plane. Now we can appreciate that most structures in the neuroaxis have a right, left or midline orientation on our "x" axis. The first principle of neurologic diagnosis is regional or anatomical localization. In order to become skillful the student m
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How Clean is that Water?
This lesson plan helps students understand the factors that affect water quality and the conditions that allow for different animals and plants to survive. Students will look at the effects of water quality on various water-related activities and describe water as an environmental, economic and social resource. The students will also learn how engineers use water quality information to make decisions about stream modifications.
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Sea Lion Skeleton - Skull
The carnivorous sea lion uses its sharp pointed teeth and large mouth to shred and tear its prey. The large nose and large eyes on either side of the skull help the sea lion to detect prey. The skull protects the brain from damage and injury.
Author(s): Ketan Patel

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Postcards
Printable worksheet that requires students to write simple postcards. It can be expanded as pupils' confidence grows.
Author(s): Jim Purcell

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Solar Sigmoid: Zoom In, Move Around, Pull Back
Solar sigmoid on the sun indicating possible pending coronal mass ejection.
Author(s): Greg Shirah,Sarah Gibson

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Seasonal NDVI for Africa. 1981-2000 averaged without month notation.
Seasonal NDVI for Africa. 1981-2000 averaged without month notation. 15 frames-month
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Fly around Mt. St. Helens, with terrain growing from flat to x3 vertical exaggeration
A flyby of Mt. St. Helens from Landsat data, with the terrain elevation growing to three times exaggeration
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You Again? Reintroducing and Introducing Species
This BioBulletin Web site takes an in-depth look at the work involved in reintroducing and introducing species. The site includes text, videos, photographs, and interviews with key scientists. What Is Being Moved and Why? outlines the three motives for relocating members of a species for release into the wild.
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