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View Resource Sandbagging for Flood Protection

A sandbag dike must be built properly to prevent or reduce flood damage. This document shows you exactly how to do it.

http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/ageng/safety/ae626w.htm
View Resource The Role of Metacognition in Teaching Geoscience

Web site on Metacognition in teaching and learning in geoscience. An awareness of the learning process can improve learning dramatically (e.g. How People Learn, NRC 2000). Yet students are rarely...

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/metacognition/index.h...
View Resource ATEEC Environmental & Energy Resources for Teachers

The ATEEC store 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/slide-post/over-300-free-downloads/
View Resource Professional Development

SEGway offers professional develop opportunities for educators on space science topics in the form of workshops at conventions and at our facilities on the campus of UC Berkeley.

http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/SEGway/educators_development.htm...
View Resource 5.1 Stream Flow: What is stream flow and why is it important?

Definition and calculation examples.

http://water.epa.gov/type/rsl/monitoring/vms51.cfm
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