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View Resource Microbe World

The MicrobeWorld site describes basic aspects of water quality. This introductory page links to news, video, images, and resources on the microbiology of water.
View Resource Geothermal Technology Analysis Models and Tools

The following is a list of models and tools that can assist in learning more about the listed technologies and uses. Most of these tools can be applied on a global, regional, local, or project basis.
View Resource Climate Literacy

A collection of PBS videos and lesson plans for a Teacher?s page about climate change. Categories include Climate System, Causes of Climate Change, Measuring and Modeling Climate, Impacts of C...
View Resource Global Warming: Southwestern States

Climate change is real and already underway. Although this is a global phenomenon, it has very specific consequences for the different regions, states, cities, and neighborhoods where we live. To...
View Resource Energy Choices and Climate Change: an Online Module to Explore the Impact of Energy Choices on our Planet’s Climate

Energy Choices and Climate Change provides a new way to look at issues related to energy and climate change. In the scenarios within this module, you will be able to make decisions about the types...
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