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View Resource What is an Extremophile?

An extremophile is an organism that thrives under "extreme" conditions. The term frequently refers to prokaryotes and is sometimes used interchangeably with Archaea. In this module, however, you will...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/extreme/extremophiles.h...
View Resource The Microbes Within

The Microbes Within leads students on a guided exploration of the alpha-proteobacterium Wolbachia and challenges them to consider the relevance of this obligate, intracellular symbiont with respect...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/microbes_within/int...
View Resource Dead Zones: Why Are the Waters Dying?

Five-page lesson for a 1-3 week biology study.

http://actionbioscience.org/environment/lessons/howarthlesso...
View Resource Calculating the Power of the Wind

Want to show your students specific real world examples of radius, area and algebra? Wind Analyst Emily Hardy does just that... in under two minutes! Running time 1:45 minutes. Available by...

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View Resource Powering the Planet

To consider the space solar power concept requires an understanding of science, technology, engineering, math, energy, policy, environmental factors, and more. Space solar power is an engineering...

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