Lesson 249: Vocabulário de praia – Beach vocab Howling for Snow Divining Water on Europa Ocean Surface Topography From Space: El Nino/La Nina and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation Visit to An Ocean Planet: Salinity and Deep Ocean Currents Visit to An Ocean Planet: Earth's Hydrologic Cycle Studying Earth's Environment From Space Kepler Mission Star Field Lithograph Mars Europa, Jupiter's Icy Moon Harmonius Hippos and Crocs The Rhyme Time Song - Hooked on Phonics Yellow Footed Wallabies 2.58J Radiative Transfer (MIT) Knowledge in Action, Build Stuff Biomimicry in Action Periodic Table Of The Elements Hurricane katrina video from inside the Beau Rivage Differences Between Rocks & Minerals How to Make a Water Rocket
Nesta lição você vai aprender várias palavras e termos relacionados a praia. Vocabulário básico: Praia – beach | Sol – sun Mar – sea | Água – water Oceano –...
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Visitors to this site can read and view satellite imagery about the most recent La Nina event, which produced less-than-normal snowfalls in Western North America. A TOPEX/Poseidon image of the Pacific ocean illustrates the warmer water and higher-than-normal sea surface height in the Western Pacific ...
This news article discusses data on Jupiter's moon Europa returned by NASA's Galileo and Voyager spacecraft and the possibility that an ocean of liquid water might exist on Europa and, with it, the possiblilty for extraterrestrial life.
Materials presented here are intended to help the learner understand the complex interactions between the oceans and the atmosphere that affect global weather and climate events. Users may learn how data from the TOPEX/Poseidon and Jason-1 satellites provide monitoring of oceanic conditions that may produce El-Nino/La Nina events, and help track the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO), a long-term oceanic fluctuation. A selection of links to related sites is included.
This resource uses text, images, maps and a laboratory exercise to explain how differences in the temperature and salinity of ocean water cause the formation of deep-ocean currents. It is part of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's "Ocean Surface Topography from Space" website. This material is also available on the "Visit to An Ocean Planet" CD-ROM.
The hydrologic cycle is the continual movement of water from one place to another and from one state of matter to another. This site describes a demonstration in which a teacher or small group of students constructs a simple model of the hydrologic cycle. Written instructions and a list of materials ...
Studying Earth's Environment from Space (SEES) includes four modules on the following topics: 1) Stratospheric Ozone, 2) Global Land Vegetation, 3) Oceanography, and 4) Polar Sea Ice Processes. The modules are designed to increase the use of satellite data in science classrooms by providing lecture ...
This two-sided 8in. X 10in. print document depicts the Kepler Mission Field of View imposed upon a star field that includes the constellations Cygnus and Delphinus on the front. A description of the mission, the star selection constraints, the location of the field in the night sky, distances to the stars, and the CCD layout is included on the back. An image on the back also illustrates the distance the field is from the galactic center and the size of the field of view. NASA-s Kepler mission is
This poster of Mars shows a full-disk mosaic, taken by the Mars Global Surveyor. The northern polar ice cap, Tharsis volcanoes, and Valles Marineris are visible. The accompanying text provides a brief description, history, and geology, as well as some statistical facts and significant dates in Mars ...
Europa: Another Water World is display artwork that has been reformatted into PDF format. Comparing Europa to Earth's size and oceans, it tells the story of the Galileo spacecraft's exploration of Europa in the late 1990's, and explains why scientists believe there may be an ocean of water underneath ...
They're ferocious predators, but these crocs still fear the hippo. Watch as the croc attacks an impala that is running through the water, nearly pulling it under, until the hippo comes to the rescue in attempts to save the impala from danger. Scenes may be disturbing for younger children. Professional video by National Geographic. Run time 01:56.
This catchy song tells all about rhyming words. It explains how to know if two words rhyme ("listen to the ending") and presents photos of many pairs of rhyming words. (1:50)
Yellow-footed rock wallabies live in the harsh Australian outback, where getting a drink of water can be an adventure. In just a few minutes, the mother will drink a tenth of her weight and hurry back to her baby joey. The thirsty joey will then drink straight from her mouth. This movie shows them climbing and hopping on steep cliffs and sheltering in caves. Run time 01:56
This course investigates the principles of thermal radiation and their applications to engineering heat and photon transfer problems. Topics include quantum and classical models of radiative properties of materials, electromagnetic wave theory for thermal radiation, radiative transfer in absorbing, emitting, and scattering media, and coherent laser radiation. Applications cover laser-material interactions, imaging, infrared instrumentation, global warming, semiconductor manufacturing, combustion
Selection of MIT OpenCourseWare content intended to stretch your creativity by learning how to build new things. See courses in action for Practical Electronics, Furniture Making, Building Landscapes, Robotics, Mechanical Engineering, Special Effects, Water Jet Technologies, and Toy Product Design.
Janine Benyus has a message for inventors: When solving a design problem, look to nature first. There you'll find inspired designs for making things waterproof, aerodynamic, solar-powered and more. Here she reveals dozens of new products that take their cue from nature with spectacular results. The solutions to many of our problems have answers already used by living creatures and that can be sustained
Brief overview of the periodic table with a demonstration of silver nitrate mixed with magnesium and water. Video with narration. Grades 5-12. Includes closed captioning. 1:05 min.
This ten video was taken by an unknown person inside the Beau Rivage Casino during the hurricane. Play close attention to the water and waves. It is a bit slow, but have the students listen to the sound of the wind and see how the tide advances. Great start of a lesson about weather and being prepared.
A general difference between rocks and minerals is that
minerals are chemical substances, while rocks are made from volcanoes and bodies of water. Discover how granite and igneous rocks are formed with information from a science teacher in this video.
A step-by-step guide that shows how to make a water rocket. They can be made in about ten minutes, but only under close supervision. A good way to explain action-reaction.
Howling for Snow
Divining Water on Europa
Ocean Surface Topography From Space: El Nino/La Nina and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation
Visit to An Ocean Planet: Salinity and Deep Ocean Currents
Visit to An Ocean Planet: Earth's Hydrologic Cycle
Studying Earth's Environment From Space
Kepler Mission Star Field Lithograph
Europa, Jupiter's Icy Moon
Harmonius Hippos and Crocs
The Rhyme Time Song - Hooked on Phonics
Yellow Footed Wallabies
2.58J Radiative Transfer (MIT)
Knowledge in Action, Build Stuff
Biomimicry in Action
Periodic Table Of The Elements
Hurricane katrina video from inside the Beau Rivage
Differences Between Rocks & Minerals
How to Make a Water Rocket