|Water: A Never-Ending Story|
This is a well constructed curriculum module dealing with the water cycle. In this module, students first carry out a number of activities that demonstrate the concepts of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and soil moisture and runoff. The students then construct a terrarium as a way to observe the water cycle as a whole. Immediately following this, students use the Internet to acquire real time data from the Olympic Peninsula which they can then use to describe how the phases of the water cycle look on the Olympic Peninsula.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DWEL-000-000-000-193
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Author: James E. Tillman
Live from Earth and Mars - Dept of Atmospheric Sciences