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View Resource Growing Bugs

"What? Growing bugs is a real job? And it requires math?!" Organic farmers depend on Jan Dietrick to supply them with good bugs that attack bad bugs. She depends on her knowledge of numbers to get...

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View Resource Indicator Species

Indicator species are used as an early warning of pollution or degradation in an ecosystem. Running time 1:51 minutes. Available by subscription.

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View Resource Measuring in Different Units of Weight

It is important to understand different units of weight and measure precisely when taking care of animals. Running time 2:00 minutes. Available by subscription.

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View Resource The Salt Marsh Ecosystem

The Salt Marsh Ecosystem serve many important functions. They buffer stormy seas, slow shoreline erosion, and provide vital food and habitat for sea life, as well as offering shelter and nesting...

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View Resource Tornado Chase

With an average energy of roughly 1 million pounds of TNT, tornadoes are one of nature?s most powerful phenomena. And while atmospheric scientists know a great deal about tornados, such as the c...

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