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The website provides the “what is”, “why”, and the “how to” explanations for using class experiments as an effective... see more

Information gathered by the Voyager probes forms the basis of the modern study of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and... see more

'Hurricanes are large, swirling storms. They produce winds of 119 kilometers per hour (74 mph) or higher. That's faster... see more

A supernova is an exploding star that can become billions of times as bright as the sun before gradually fading from... see more

'Earth is our home planet. Scientists believe Earth and its moon formed around the same time as the rest of the solar... see more

Pluto, (PLOO toh), is a dwarf planet that orbits far from the sun. It shares the region of its orbit, known as the Kuiper... see more

Mercury is the planet nearest the sun. It has a diameter of 3,032 miles (4,879 kilometers), about two-fifths of Earth's... see more

This section of the Windows to the Universe web site provides information and resources for teachers including activities... see more

'Get help for your world geography class. The Wolfram Geography Course Assistant provides facts and information on a wide... see more

A virtual cornucopia of science information, this site contains lesson plans, labs notebooks, and links. Labs for... see more

A Portuguese weblog with links to the best chemistry (or chemistry related) sites, news and events

Avibase is an extensive database information system about all birds of the world, containing over 3.5 million records... see more

"The terms and circumstances of human existence can be expected to change radically during the next human life span.... see more

An introduction to the life and work of Darwin and the observations he made that led to his theory of evolution by... see more

Solid start to a discussion of weather and the atmosphere of Saturn. Follow the links and explore in your small groups.... see more

Solid website from Caltech that deals with earthquakes. Follow the links as needed. See attached assignment.

Solid website that covers rivers and their effects on geology. See attached assignment.

Informal website that discusses El Nino and has a number of links. See attached assignment.

Website discusses methods NASA uses to interact with our atmosphere. See attached assignment for lesson ideas.

Nice website that discusses the ozone depletion situation. See attached assignment.

Solid interactive site that can be utilized in a number of ways. I have written an assignment that teaches to the ELL... see more

Another sweet discussion on the origin of the universe. This is a compare and contrast exercise. See attached lesson... see more

Solid website that discusses the way our earth is shaped and the consequences of certain changes in our climate, etc. If... see more

Learn how bate use electromagnetic spectrum and remote sensing to survive. NASA has a spin on all this. This site is rich... see more