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  • last updated 2/1/2018

    Hydrosphere learning resources aligned with NGSS, GLOBE Protocols, Learning activities and NASA Assets.

  • last updated 2/1/2018

    Hydrosphere learning resources aligned with NGSS, GLOBE Protocols, Learning activities and NASA Assets

  • last updated 2/1/2018

    Hydrosphere learning resources aligned with NGSS, GLOBE Protocols, Learning activities and NASA Assets

  • last updated 2/1/2018

    Hydrosphere learning resources aligned with NGSS, GLOBE Protocols, Learning activities and NASA Assets

  • last updated 1/30/2018

    World Wetlands Day is held each year on February 2 to help raise awareness about the importance and value of wetlands. The theme for 2018 is “Wetlands for a Sustainable Urban Future.” Urban wetlands make cities liveable in many important ways. They reduce flooding, replenish drinking water, filter waste, provide urban green spaces, and are a source of livelihoods.

  • last updated 1/30/2018
  • last updated 1/29/2018

    Don’t miss this special performance by our very own moon! On January 31, the moon, for the second time this month, will be a full moon (called a blue moon); it will appear a bit larger due to its orbit bringing it closer to Earth (called a super moon); it will fall in Earth’s shadow as it passes between us and the sun (called a lunar eclipse (total eclipse from some viewing areas)); and it will appear reddish-orange during the eclipse due to refracted sunlight -toward the red end of the spectrum- hitting its surface (called a blood moon). Prepare your students for this four-star performance with background information using the resources below!

  • last updated 1/28/2018
  • last updated 1/28/2018
  • last updated 1/28/2018

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