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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 Office of Water

Official website for the National Water Program. Water is the common element that links ecosystems. It links forest ecosystems of the interior mountains with the bays and estuaries along the coasts....

http://water.epa.gov/
View Resource Weatherization Assistance Program Standardized Curricula

These curricula are designed to be comprehensive, yet flexible tools useful to both new and experienced instructors as we expand the Weatherization Workforce. A new instructor can download the entire...

http://www.waptac.org/Training-Tools/WAP-Standardized-Curric...
View Resource Lead-Safe Weatherization

A 327-page Training and Reference Manual for Weatherization Managers and Crews divided into modules for faster download and specialization. Access page http://www.pct.edu/wtc/articles.htm. NOTE:...

http://www.pct.edu/wtc/docs/articles/module1.pdf
View Resource Living in an Alkaline Environment

Living in an Alkaline Environment is a three-part activity that explores the ecology and diversity of life in alkaline environments. Living in an Alkaline Environment is a three-part activity that...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/alkaline/index.html
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