Cosmic and Heliospheric Learning Center
This site explores the universe through interactive activities and learning resources such as the question and answer service, Ask a Physicist. Students can also learn astrophysics basics, or find out the history of cosmic ray studies beginning with the Mesopotamian and Egyptian astronomers mapping the heavens, and more.
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Applied Calculus
This is an on-line resource on topics of Applied Calculus, including on-line tutorial sessions.
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Stereographic Projection of Crystal Faces
This site features a lecture by Dr. Stephen Nelson from Tulane University that explores a systematic way to define crystallographic angles. The lecture discusses crystallographic angles and gives an introduction to the use of stereographic projections for depicting the angular relationships between crystal faces. Scientific illustrations clarify the text.
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Introduction and Symmetry Operations
This site consists of an introductory lecture on crystal symmetry and symmetry operations. It provides the definition of a mineral and then covers topics including different types of rotational symmetry, mirror symmetry, the center of symmetry, different types of rotoinversion, and combinations of symmetry operations. Drawings help illustrate the concepts presented in the lecture.
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The Oceans
This site provides an illustrated lecture about ocean chemistry from a geochemistry course offered by Dr. Scott Wood at the University of Idaho. Topics include geochemical processes that occur in estuaries, halmyrolysis, the concept of residence time for elements in the ocean, the mechanisms by which elements are added to or removed from seawater, carbonate behavior in seawater and a definition of the calcite compensation depth (CCD), the role of hydrothermal processes in controlling seawater ch
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The Nature of Protest
This lesson will focus on the nature of protest by examining the different avenues that people take to express their opinions.
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Spins Package
The Spins package is a self-contained file for the teaching of measurement and time evolution of spin-1/2 systems in quantum mechanics. The file contains ready-to-run OSP programs and a set of curricular materials. The material focuses on single and multiple measurements of different ensembles of identically prepared spin-1/2 particles. The OSP Collection provides curriculum resources that engage students in physics, computation, and computer modeling. Computational physics and computer modeling
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Ajakirja Eesti Loodus otsingumootor
Ajakirja Eesti Loodus otsingumootor, lühendatud aadressil jõuab ka ajakirja numbriteni
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Caecilian
One reason why caecilians are considered to be amphibians is because they go through metamorphosis to reach adulthood. Caecilians are unique amphibians because some of them lay eggs, but some of them give birth to live young.
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Butterfly pupa anatomy
The pupa is the third stage of the butterfly's life cycle. The caterpillar creates a pupa, sometimes called a chrysalis, and emerges as the adult butterfly after metamorphosis. The butterfly's wings will be used for flying.
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Boy on trampoline
The boy would feel less secure if the safety net around the trampoline wasn't there. Humans have an innate need to feel secure in their environments.
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Blooming prickly pear cactus (Opuntia) from the Sonora desert
Cacti are often overlooked as flowering plants. In fact, cacti bloom with colorful flowers and reproduce like all other angiosperms.
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Blood flow of moving Lumbriculus
Observe blood flow and muscle contractions in each body segment of Lumbriculus variegates (note how blood flows in relation to the worm turning in the capillary tube).
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Blood circulation through zebrafish
Lateral and tail view of developing Danio showing blood flow to and from the tail section.
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Aquatic Animal Skeleton - Backbone
The backbone of an aquatic animal allows it to be very flexible under water. It usually extends into a tail and is classified as a gliding joint.
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Fly on a leaf
Flies are insects that eat dead plant and animal material. Their ingestion and digestion of detritus leads to respiration and excretion of important nutrients back into the soil and water.
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Celery in pure water
The celery stalks take up the water and continue to live in this environment.
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Root behavior
Roots can grow in multiple directions. Just because this plant was in a cup didn't stop the roots from growing longer and creating individual branches.
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The San Joaquin kit fox
San Joaquin kit foxes are nocturnal and hunt small mammals at night. They make dens and stay in them during the day to conserve water and energy.
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Actual Precipitation from SSM-I: January 1997 through May 1998
Actual Precipitation using SSM-I data from 1-97 to 5-98
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