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Geology: How did the Grand Canyon come to be?

Students will study rock layers in this lesson and learn how the Grand Canyon was formed. There is also links on this web... see more
Material Type: Reference Material
Author: Dr. Edward Chatela
Date Added: Jun 27, 2005 Date Modified: Jan 16, 2015
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Making Oxygen: Can You Have Too Much O2?

A lab/demo that shows what happens when a space has a greater percentage of oxygen than the atmosphere.
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Author: Wndows on the Universe team
Date Added: Jun 28, 2005 Date Modified: Jun 28, 2005
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