Food Chain - Kid's Corner
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Layers of Earth's Atmosphere
Exploring the Environment - Global Climate Change (ETE-GCC) Modules developed by the Center for Educational Technologies at Wheeling Jesuit University includes six new global climate change problem-based learning modules funded through a cooperative agreement with NASA. The ETE-GCC modules are comprehensive educational activities designed to increase student knowledge of climate change science and the issues surrounding the complex interactions of Earth’s physical and biological spheres. The…
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HuffPost - Breaking News, U.S. and World News
Read the latest headlines, news stories, and opinion from Politics, Entertainment, Life, Perspectives, and more.
How Mountains Form Animation
Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
Global Warming Evidence: 2007 Report Compared to 2013 (Infographic)
The IPCC's 2013 report presents the strongest case yet that humans are responsible for the changes in the Earth's environment.
Study calls for changes to geology books in light of new simulations
The new models have revealed that ancient events may have left deep 'scars' that can trigger changes at the surface – including the folding, breaking, or flowing of the crust in tectonic plates.
The Water Cycle 2 – SMAP
The water cycle refers to the movement of water between different parts of the Earth’s environment, including the atmosphere, natural reservoirs such as oceans and lakes, and the soil and rock formations making up the Earth’s land surfaces.
An Icy Solution To The Mystery Of The Slithering Stones
In the moonscape of Death Valley, one mystery stands out: boulders that seem to creep along the desert floor when nobody's looking. Thanks to video and GPS, scientists now think they know why.