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Chesapeake Bay - Maryland DNR

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6 to 12
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The Education pages on this site provide helpful links for both teachers and students learning about the ecosystem and life-science topics in the Chesapeake Bay. The Educators' resources...more
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The Education pages on this site provide helpful links for both teachers and students learning about the ecosystem and life-science topics in the Chesapeake Bay. The Educators' resources provide links to different programs conducted by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, including links to findings at a number of monitoring stations around the Bay. The kids' section has a number of student-friendly sites on wildlife and conservation topics

tag(s): oceans (152)

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American Museum of Natural History Learning Resources - The American Museum of Natural History

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K to 12
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This site presents teachers with a searchable index of natural sciences resources contained within the museum's site. You can browse the web-sites, activities, and experiments by sub-topic,...more
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This site presents teachers with a searchable index of natural sciences resources contained within the museum's site. You can browse the web-sites, activities, and experiments by sub-topic, grade level, or resource type. Current subtopics include anthropology, astronomy, biology, earth science, and paleontology. Special collection exhibits present theme-based activities that cover additional topics such as Biodiversity, Antarctica, and deep sea explorations. This is a great site for sorting out all the wonderful resources the museum has to offer. There are over 1,000 resources currently available on countless subjects. Some of the resources require Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): biodiversity (39), diversity (35), paleontology (42)

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When starting a new unit in social studies or science, take a minute to search the resources available at this website.
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Bering Climate - National Oceanic Atmosphere Administration

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9 to 12
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A great site for Life Science and Earth-Space Science, this site addresses a popular region in Arctic studies, the Bering Sea. This site has articles and information on Ecosystems,...more
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A great site for Life Science and Earth-Space Science, this site addresses a popular region in Arctic studies, the Bering Sea. This site has articles and information on Ecosystems, maps of the region, as well as a customized data analysis function that allows users to access a number of NOAA databases. The databases may be good for advanced research, while the ecosystem information is suitable for classroom use.

tag(s): arctic (44), data (149)

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Dynamic Earth - Smithsonian Museum

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6 to 12
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This site is still under construction, but it provides stellar resources for geology and earth science topics. Designed by the Museum of Natural History, this site provides a dynamic...more
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This site is still under construction, but it provides stellar resources for geology and earth science topics. Designed by the Museum of Natural History, this site provides a dynamic flash exploration sections on Rocks and Mining, Gems and Minerals, Volcanoes and Plate Tectonics, and the Solar System.You MUST have the latest version of Flash to run this page, or it will appaear to be blank.

tag(s): geology (83), minerals (18), plate tectonics (25), rocks (51), volcanoes (65)

In the Classroom

open the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector, and use the "exhibits" as a guide to a lecture on one of the many aspects of Physical Geography. Use the maps, diagrams and images of earth matter to supplement your lecture. This site would be great in a Earth Science or Physical Geography class.
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Park Service Images - National Park Service

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This site has a gigantic collection of public domain images from America's National Parks. Search the site by park or by topic. This could be a very helpful resource for ...more
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This site has a gigantic collection of public domain images from America's National Parks. Search the site by park or by topic. This could be a very helpful resource for multimedia research projects. Unfortunately, this collection has photos only and does not provide extensive additional information on the pictures.

tag(s): national parks (18)

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Rainforest Alliance - Kids & Teachers Page - Rainforest Alliance

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2 to 12
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The kids' page is directed towards elementary science, with coloring pages and fun frog facts for kids. The Teachers' page has helpful hints and recommendations for rainforest lessons...more
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The kids' page is directed towards elementary science, with coloring pages and fun frog facts for kids. The Teachers' page has helpful hints and recommendations for rainforest lessons in grades K-12. Both sections have links for further research, and there are reading lists for both children and adults.

tag(s): forests (30), jungles (6), rainforests (15)

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Giant Kelp - UC San Diego

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UCSD has created an interactive flash site that explores Giant Kelp in its ocean habitat, diagrams of the plant itself, and all the many unexpected places you can find kelp ...more
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UCSD has created an interactive flash site that explores Giant Kelp in its ocean habitat, diagrams of the plant itself, and all the many unexpected places you can find kelp all around you in every day life. This site is a creative and kid-friendly with good information for studying undersea life.

tag(s): marine biology (33), oceans (152)

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Snow Leopards - Snow Leopard Trust

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4 to 12
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This International Snow Leopard Trust site boasts a Flash-intro, a number of cat-facts, and an interactive classroom designed to examine animal conservation and the snow leopard population....more
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This International Snow Leopard Trust site boasts a Flash-intro, a number of cat-facts, and an interactive classroom designed to examine animal conservation and the snow leopard population. The site has interesting life-science lessons focusing on survival and adaptation.

tag(s): snow (22)

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Assateague National Seashore - National Park Service

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Whether your are planning a trip or researching wildlife, this site has useful information on the species native to the Assateage Island Wildlife Refuge on the shores of Virginia and...more
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Whether your are planning a trip or researching wildlife, this site has useful information on the species native to the Assateage Island Wildlife Refuge on the shores of Virginia and Maryland. The site has profiles of fish, birds, and mammals who call Assateague home.

tag(s): maryland (8), virginia (16)

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Marine and Coastal - National Parks Conservation Society

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The National Parks Conservation Society offers this site about endangered segments of coastal habitats. In addition to general descriptions of the dangers and hazards these environments...more
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The National Parks Conservation Society offers this site about endangered segments of coastal habitats. In addition to general descriptions of the dangers and hazards these environments face, there are more detailed examples of successful recovery and rebuilding projects. ent.

tag(s): coral (12), reefs (8), wetlands (10)

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These "success stories" could be particularly useful for studying successful environmental managem
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My Tiny Garden

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4 to 12
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This one is hard to describe, but it offers a beautifully designed collection of close-ups of insects and their environments. Surprisingly well-written descriptions accompany these...more
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This one is hard to describe, but it offers a beautifully designed collection of close-ups of insects and their environments. Surprisingly well-written descriptions accompany these images, and there's a "magnify" feature that lets users see even more of the details. Younger students will enjoy the images, and secondary students will appreciate the descriptions and explanations.

tag(s): images (274), insects (71)

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Habitats - National Geographic - National Geographic

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This collection of lesson plans from National Geographic Society provides standards-coordinated habitat lessons for primary, upper elementary, middle, and high school students. While...more
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This collection of lesson plans from National Geographic Society provides standards-coordinated habitat lessons for primary, upper elementary, middle, and high school students. While the lessons themselves are entirely text, each contains links to other NGS resources that offer graphics, images, and other visuals. These are very complete resources, but will require some preparation time.

tag(s): ecosystems (89), habitats (85)

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Vanishing Ice - NASA

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Here's a unit from NASA about the melting polar ice caps that was written late in 2002. Turn on the glossary feature for extended references and definitions of the scientific ...more
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Here's a unit from NASA about the melting polar ice caps that was written late in 2002. Turn on the glossary feature for extended references and definitions of the scientific terms used. Try this one for a study of ecosystems, the poles, and global warming.

tag(s): antarctica (29), arctic (44), polar (19)

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Earth Observatory - NASA

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This NASA site is the home base for a collection of Earth imaging resources and subsections dealing with earth science topics ranging from natural disasters to ozone measurement. Several...more
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This NASA site is the home base for a collection of Earth imaging resources and subsections dealing with earth science topics ranging from natural disasters to ozone measurement. Several of these sections change regularly, so there's always likely to be something new here. Well worth a visit for science, earth science, or space topics.

tag(s): earth (231)

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Introduction to Seismology - USGS

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This USGS site explains how earthquakes occur and how scientists try to predict their occurrence and severity. This page could serve as a brief introduction, but following its many...more
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This USGS site explains how earthquakes occur and how scientists try to predict their occurrence and severity. This page could serve as a brief introduction, but following its many links will lead to a thorough description of earthquakes and their detection. Pick and choose depending on the presentation level you need.

tag(s): earth (231), earthquakes (50)

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Seashell Identification Guide

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3 to 12
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Here's a beachcomber's delight and a great resource for identifying those shells students collect on vacation trips. The site is nicely indexed and includes detailed photos of hundreds...more
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Here's a beachcomber's delight and a great resource for identifying those shells students collect on vacation trips. The site is nicely indexed and includes detailed photos of hundreds of different shell types. This site would also work as an adjunct to a study of ocean habitats and marine species. Students will navigate this one easily.

tag(s): oceans (152)

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Awesome site. The children will be very excited using this site. , NJ, Grades: 0 - 12

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Eastern Slopes Grizzly Bear Project

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4 to 12
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This Canadian site is just what the bear buffs need - an introduction to the habitat and lifestyle of North America's most famous bears. There's a large "bear basics" section, ...more
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This Canadian site is just what the bear buffs need - an introduction to the habitat and lifestyle of North America's most famous bears. There's a large "bear basics" section, along with details on staying safe when sharing space with grizzly bears. But alas, there are very few photos.

tag(s): canada (30)

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During a class on environmental conservation, have students open this site on their individual computers. Looking at the site, what do they think would be the most beneficial actions to take to conserve land for bears? Use this site as a launchpad for a discussion on human-animal interaction, and the affect humans have had on their habitat. This site would also be a useful source for any student working on a research project, making it an excellent site to post on the class wiki or web page so students could access it both in and out of the classroom!

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Tapestry of Time and Terrain - USGS

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Giving geology or earth science students the "big picture" can be difficult. This site from the US Geologic Survey uses colors and topographic maps to explain geologic time periods...more
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Giving geology or earth science students the "big picture" can be difficult. This site from the US Geologic Survey uses colors and topographic maps to explain geologic time periods and phenomena. Along the way, there are lots of links to specific time periods and features showing where interesting things were happening millions of years ago. This one is worth some exploration; there's lots to see.

tag(s): geologic time (9), geology (83), logic (236), time (141)

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Jane Goodall and the Chimpanzees - National Geographic

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National Geographic offers this complex site detailing Jane Goodall's return to the African jungles in which she has done pioneering work on the life habits of chimps. Creative teachers...more
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National Geographic offers this complex site detailing Jane Goodall's return to the African jungles in which she has done pioneering work on the life habits of chimps. Creative teachers will find uses for this one in studying primates, issues about "how scientists do science," rain forest ecosystems, and the like. This one offers lots of possibilities.

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Fifty-seven Ways to Protect the Environment - University of Illinois Extension

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8 to 12
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The site from the University of Illinois Extension offers tips and guidelines for controlling or eliminating the effects of pesticides in common household and garden situations. While...more
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The site from the University of Illinois Extension offers tips and guidelines for controlling or eliminating the effects of pesticides in common household and garden situations. While not intended specifically for students, teachers could use these guidelines as part of a unit on managing the environment, environmental policy, or ecology.

tag(s): ecology (135)

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