Resource Description:
"Science from the Poles

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Author: the explOratorium
Cost: Free
Subjects: Biology, Earth Science
Types: Visualization or Animation, Graphing, Modeling, or Mapping, Remote Data Sets or Instrumentation, Virtual Lab, Facilitates the presentation of student work
of resource:
The Exploratorium (a wonderful museum in San Fransisco!) celebrates the start of the upcoming 2007-2008 International Polar Year with a special series of Webcasts highlighting the work of scientists at field sites surrounding the North and South Poles. Topics include ice science, penguins, ice diving, and has a great series of links about CLIMATE CHANGE. Students can join a studio audence, ask a scientist questions, and view captivating videos.
Posted to site: 06/07/2007
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