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Education and Training Resources -- K-12

Energy (27)
Natural Resources Management (16)
Water and Wastewater (14)

View Resource Environmental Health Education: K-12 Resources

Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health teaching and learning resources for middle school.
View Resource EPA's Clean Air Market Program: Acid Rain

Environmental Protection Agency provides information about acid rain's causes and effects, measuring acid rain and solutions. Also provides experiments, learning activities and glossary.
View Resource Epidemiology in the Classroom

Classroom exercise giving an introduction to epidemiology. High school level.
View Resource Eutrophication: too much of a 'good' thing

Describe the effects of phosphorus and nitrogen on surface water.
View Resource Evaporation in Florida's Water Budget

To determine amount of evapotranspiration, students will bag tree limbs and measure the collected moisture.
View Resource Gale Schools Environmental Science Overview

An overview of basic concepts of environmental science, including activities and links. It includes professional development resources.
View Resource Geared PVC Wind Turbine v2.0

KidWind model wind turbines are designed for use in science classes, or as a hobby or science fair project. Their purpose is to give students an affordable way to perform various blade design...
View Resource GEO Education (Global Environment Outlook)

Publications for students and teachers related to the environmental challenges of the 21st century.
View Resource Global Learning & Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE)

GLOBE is a worldwide hands-on, primary and secondary school-based education and science program. GLOBE is supported by NASA, NSF, EPA and the US Dept. of State.
View Resource Global Rivers Environmental Education Network (GREEN) Homepage

GREEN provides middle and high school-aged youth with educational opportunities to understand, improve and sustain the water resources in their communities.
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