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Total resources: 10

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Computer activity   Search by Computer activity 1
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Illustration - artistic   Search by Illustration - artistic 2
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Map   Search by Map 3
Photograph   Search by Photograph 2
Visualization - scientific   Search by Visualization - scientific 2
Ref. material   Search by Ref. material 2
Abstract / Summary   Search by Abstract / Summary 2
Government   Search by Government 1
Clearinghouse   Search by Clearinghouse 1
In-situ   Search by In-situ 5
Remotely sensed   Search by Remotely sensed 1

The Wesleyan Earth and Environmental Sciences collection provides access to educational materials emphasizing the origin, evolution, and current state of the earth. The collection is targeted for undergraduate students and offers access to information in solid-earth geological processes, surficial processes, geochemistry, ecology and aquatic sciences. By studying the approximately 4.5 billion-year history of our planet, including development of our atmosphere, water bodies, mountains and natural resources, one learns more about the current functioning of the planet and possible environmental implications of human interferences with the natural system.

Collection is intended for: College (13-14), College (15-16)

Try searching on these terms (type in keyword box): Atmospheric science, Environmental science, Geology, Geophysics, Physical geography, Physical oceanography, Hydrology, Meteorology, Global Warming, Glaciers, Groundwater, Plate tectonics, Planets, Precipitation, Ozone, Climate, Coasts, Hurricane, Flood, Marine, Earthquake, El Nino, Energy.

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