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View Resource Science Focus: Dead Zones

This is not the title of a sequel to a Stephen King novel. "Dead zones" in this context are areas where the bottom water (the water at the sea floor) is anoxic ? meaning that it has very low (or c...

http://disc.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/oceancolor/additional/science-...
View Resource Flood!

The Overflowing the Banks? project illustrates how levees on the main channel of a river can make water back up in tributaries, causing additional flooding as seen in St. Louis in 1993. Includes o...

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/teachers/activities/pdf/2307_fl...
View Resource Nab the Aquatic Invader

Nab the Aquatic Invader! is a fun way to learn about aquatic invaders. By using this site you can check out lots of unusual species that create real problems in the Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf, and Great...

http://www.sgnis.org/kids/
View Resource Build an Air-powered Car!

Build a car and learn that moving air pushing against an object can make the object move. (grades 2-6)

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/aircar.pdf
View Resource Question Bank

NEED?s Question Bank gives teachers the ability to customize evaluation tools for their energy units. There are questions at four grade levels: Primary, Elementary, Intermediate and Secondary. At e...

http://need.org/Question-Bank
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