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Aquatic Ecosystems - by StudyJams
There are two main types of aquatic ecosystems: freshwater and saltwater.  The main difference between these two types of ecosystems is, you guessed it, the saltiness.  Oceans, rivers, swamps, bogs, and streams are all aquatic ecosystems.  Learn more about these water ecosystems with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included in this link. 
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Population Growth - by StudyJams
Limiting factors control the growth of a population in a certain environment.  Those factors can be living, like predators, or non-living, like sunlight and rain.  If these factors change, it can have a big effect on plant and animal populations.  Learn more about population growth with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included in this link.
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The Nitrogen Cycle - by StudyJams
Nitrogen is important to living things because plants and animals use it to make protein, with allows them to live and grow.  The nitrogen cycle describes how nitrogen is continuously transformed between organic and non-organic forms.  Learn more about the cycle with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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The Politics of Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia
Since the events of 9/11, Saudi Islamists have attracted considerable attention. However, given the opacity of the Saudi Kingdom, very little is known about them. Who are those activists who challenge in the name of Islam a regime whose claims to legitimacy are based on religion? Stephane Lacroix is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po. In 2008-2009, he was a Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford University. His work focuses on Islam and politics in the contemporary Middle East,
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Guidance on Trainees' Leave and Minimum Days on Placement
Guidance on Trainees' Leave and Minimum Days on Placement - UNSPECIFIED Keywords:Clinical Psychology Southampton
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5.6 A way of dealing with social pressures: decoupling

Organisations often deal with these social pressures by decoupling responses to these different pressures. The need to appear legitimate in the eyes of important constituencies is met by actions and practices which have a purely ceremonial character: they are done for the sake of appearances and not with any real engagement. The example in Box 5 shows how the Taiwanese subsidiary of a Western multinational uses decou
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Building Towards the Future
This curricular unit introduces students to basic Civil Engineering concepts in an exciting and interactive manner. Bridges and skyscrapers, the two most visible products of Civil Engineers, will be discussed in depth. Students will have a chance to design and build balsa wood structures, as well as understand the design principles behind these structures that allow them to withstand vertical and lateral forces. There is also an emphasis on how materials absorb different types of forces. Since t
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Menopause (Spanish)
This patient education program discusses menopause including the signs and symptoms, and ways to cope with them. It also reviews the anatomy of the female reproductive organs, the menstrual cycle, the role of estrogen, and the benefits and risks of hormone supplements. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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John Biles Interview
John Biles, professor emeritus and former dean of the USC School of Pharmacy, discusses his career in pharmacy and his experiences during 46 years at the University of Southern California. In addition to his distinguished service as a professor and dean, Biles made key contributions to the development of the pharmaceutical company Allergan during its early years. Biles was interviewed by Harrison Kurtz on May 24, 1999, as part of the USC Emeriti Center's H. Dale Hilton Living History Project
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Nancy E. Warner Interview
Nancy E. Warner, former professor of pathology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, reflects on her career and her time at the University of Southern California. Warner is an esteemed professor and former associate dean who has a long history of mentoring young doctors and promoting women's rights in the medical field. Warner was interviewed by Frances L. Feldman on August 1, 2002, as part of the USC Emeriti Center's H. Dale Hilton Living History Project. Learn more about USC: http://www.
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What Do Bread and Beer Have in Common?
Students are presented with information that will allow them to recognize that yeasts are unicellular organisms that are useful to humans. In fact, their usefulness is derived from the contrast between the way yeast cells and human cells respire. Specifically, while animal cells derive energy from the combination of oxygen and glucose and produce water and carbon dioxide as by-products, yeasts respire without oxygen. Instead, yeasts break glucose down and produce alcohol and carbon dioxide as th
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Harry Potter - Quiz
So what do you know about Harry Potter?
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Shakespeare - Quiz
To gain some information about the playwright.
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Lake Effects of Lake Michigan, faster push-in
Todays SeaWiFS image of Lake Michigan shows a lake effect where clear dry air moves eastward as it traverses the lake and forming dense clouds by the time it reaches the Michigan shore.
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Changes in Glacier Bay: Johns Hopkins Glacier
Changes in Glacier Bays Johns Hopkins Glacier from 1973 to 1986
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"Topics in Phonology: Phonetic Realization, Fall 2006"
" This course focuses on financing tools and program models to support local economic development. It includes an overview of private capital markets and financing sources to understand capital market imperfections that constrain economic development; business accounting; financial statement analysis; federal economic development programs; and public finance tools. Program models covered include revolving loan funds, guarantee programs, venture capital funds, bank holding companies, community de
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2.3.1 Sex differences

An intriguing aspect of dyslexia is the apparent excess of males who are affected. This could simply reflect referral bias – a tendency for boys to be identified as dyslexic more readily than girls. In the past, society's expectations of boys and girls were very different with respect to educational achievement. There is now much less overt stereotyping of this kind, but there may still be other reasons why dyslexia might be more readily identified in boys. For example, eviden
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Minimum Measured Ozone Level in 1991
Stratospheric Ozone level for October 5, 1991.
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2 Les Français en congé

In the second video sequence various people tell us when they take their holidays and explain why they do so. Before watching them, check whether you know how to talk about months and seasons in French.

Grammar Point 3 Talking about months and seasons

Months

When talking abou
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TEDx McMaster U - Jessica Franklin
"Challenging the Oppression Olympics"
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