This
site
provides
nationwide
realtime
stream
flow
data
from
the
United
States
Geologic
Survey
(USGS).
These
data
are
typically
recorded
at
1560
minute
intervals,
stored
onsite,
and
then
transmitted
to
USGS
offices
every
4
hours.
Recording
and
transmission
times
may
be
more
frequent
during
critical
events.
Data
from
realtime
sites
are
relayed
to
USGS
offices
via
satellite,
telephone,
and/



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The
Ocean
World
site
has
a
wide
variety
of
information
regarding
the
ocean.
Established
by
Texas
A
and
M
University's
Jason
Project,
Ocean
World
provides
a
wealth
of
information
on
weather,
forams,
icebergs,
fisheries,
coral
reefs,
waves,
El
Nino,
currents
and
more.
The
site
contains
information
for
both
students
and
teachers.
The
teacher
section
of
the
site
contains
background
information
on
all
...



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This website describes a geologic walking tour of Baltimore Maryland. The tour has a map, lots of photos and descriptions of twelve structures built from a variety of rocks. The tour provides a unique way of studying rocks in the 'field' for urban students.



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This site contains a series of visualizations of the sun, moon and Earth System and how they relate to the changing face of the moon. Animations are in the form of Java applets, forms for field observation of the moon, and a collection of exercises and PDF versions of background material. There are practice questions and quizzes that discuss the animations.



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This
site
from
SERC's
Starting
Point
presents
sample
Gallery
Walk
questions
about
time
and
earth
history.
Topics
that
students
are
asked
to
write
about
include
the
manner
in
which
geologic,
climatic,
and
floral
events
shaped
the
evolution
of
animals
through
the
PreCambrian,
Paleozoic,
Mesozoic,
and
Cenozoic
Eras.
The
questions
are
organized
according
to
the
cognitive
level
at
which
students
are
engaged,
...



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This Starting Point module discusses the use of visualizations in teaching geoscience at the college level. The resources provides information on why visualizations are useful in geoscience instruction as well as providing links to visualization software packages and tips on how to determine which one is right for a particular use. There are also examples of how to use visualizations in class.



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In
this
Plank's
Radiation
exercise,
students
use
an
existing
Excel
workbook
to
investigate
how
spectral
irradiance
from
a
blackbody
radiator
depends
on
temperature,
and
to
clearly
see
the
connection
between
Planck's
Radiation
law,
and
the
StefanBoltzman
and
Wien
Radiation
laws.
Students
adjust
the
solar
temperature
to
get
the
best
fit
between
observations
and
the
spectral
irradiance
calculated
from
...



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This website contains class notes from a 100 level Calculus course at University of British Columbia. The site outlines the use of differential equations and solutions in the context of population growth. The lecture notes contain questions for consideration, detailed explanation of necessary equations and additional resources on the topic.



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This website contains class notes from a 100 level Calculus course at University of British Columbia. The site contains examples and explanations of Euler's method. The lecture notes explain a simple initial value problem to numerically approximate solutions to differential equations, Euler's method and a logistic equation.



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This
Java
demonstration
site
was
created
for
an
applied
statistics
course
at
California
State
University,
San
Bernadino,
provides
information
for
using
Java
applets
with
probability
and
statistics.
The
site
includes
introduction
to
probability
models,
hypergeometric
distribution,
Poisson
distribution,
normal
distribution,
proportions,
confidence
intervals
for
means,
the
Central
Limit
Theorem,
bivariate
...



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