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View Resource Wind Energy – Storage Solutions for Today and Tomorrow

Significant amounts of electricity will be generated by wind turbines in the near future. The dispatched nature of this resource requires that storage and grid mechanisms be established to provide...

http://www.ateec.org/store/catalog/Wind---Wind-Energy-Storag...
View Resource Education and Training

The Biomimicry Institute has a passion for both formal and informal public education from K-12 and university to museum exhibits, nature center programs, media, and publications. Wherever we teach...

http://ben.biomimicry.net/
View Resource Studying Climate Change

Consider the Earth to be a giant recording device. All actions that take place - from continental movement, to volcanic eruptions, to a Triceratops being eaten by a T-Rex, to a man leaving...

http://priweb.org/globalchange/climatechange/studyingcc/scc_...
View Resource ATEEC Environmental & Energy Resources for Teachers

The ATEEC website provides a variety of downloadable documents -- many of them free -- for both community college faculty and K-12 teachers. These lesson plans, curricula, instructional materials,...

http://ateec.org/downloads/ateec-developed/
View Resource Earthquakes for Kids

Everything about earthquakes, for teachers and kids.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/kids/
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