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View Resource Humpback Whale Pod Exploration: Student Guide

Student guide. For three years a team of researchers have been watching different Humpback whale pods off the coast of Hawaii. They are especially interested in the mating behaviors of these whales....
View Resource Teaching Direct Marketing and Small Farm Viability

For farmers, growing crops is just one step in running a successful farm?making the farm or market garden economically viable requires another suite of skills, including finding land, planning what c... Direct Mar...
View Resource Practical Physics

Experiments can sharpen students' powers of observation, stimulate questions, and help develop new understanding and vocabulary. This website is for teachers of physics, enabling them to share...
View Resource The Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone

The Gulf of Mexico dead zone is an area of hypoxic waters at the mouth of the Mississippi River. High nutrient load from farm and industry runoff along the Mississippi River stimulates algal blooms,...
View Resource Microbial Life in Marine Environments

Microbes account for more than 90% of ocean biomass and constitute a hidden majority of life that flourishes in the sea. What is even more surprising is that much of this microbial life remains...
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