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View Resource Naturalist

Even though he loved being a teacher, when this biologist learned about a job opening as a naturalist, he jumped at the opportunity. He now has many "students" ranging in age from preschoolers to...

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View Resource Wind Turbine Technician

The growing demand for wind energy has created the need for highly skilled workers who can build and service the giant machines. This technician uses computers and has an understanding of hydraulics,...

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View Resource Extreme Ice Survey: Learn More about Glaciers and Climate Change

The Extreme Ice Survey is the most wide-ranging glacier study ever conducted using ground-based, real-time photography. EIS uses time-lapse photography, conventional photography, and video to...

http://www.extremeicesurvey.org/index.php/education_toc/
View Resource Welder

As a welder, she uses many different types of equipment, such as a jig, a grinder and a torch. In order to protect herself on the job she is required to wear a protective coat, hat, goggles and...

http://careers.iptv.org/people_detail.cfm?pplID=432&occid=17...
View Resource Understanding Air Quality Slide Show Presentation

Second Nature: Education for Sustainability (ESF) is a non-profit organization working with colleges and universities to make an impact toward a sustainable future. Click Biblio, then click Air...

http://www.secondnature.org/
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