Earth Science About Volcanoes, Avalanche, Tornados, Hurricanes, Blizzards, Cyclones,Droughts, Hailstorms, Flood, Mudslide,,Tsunami Earthquakes
Simple earth science facts and activities for weather,clouds,naturaL resources and occurances,
Where are some of the world's major active volcanoes? - Answers
World's major active volcanoes - A volcano is a rupture in the earth's surface, on the crust layer, that allows the escape of lava, volcanic ash and gases from a magma chamber in the earth's inner layers. World map showing active volcanoes around the world.
Lab 2: The Global Carbon Cycle
The lab activity described here was created by Candace Dunlap of TERC for the EarthLabs project. Summary and Learning Objectives Students focus initially on a sub-section of Earth's natural carbon cycle ...
Environmental Impact of Guadua Bamboo — Guadua Bamboo
Bamboo forests have many environmental benefits because they function as carbon sinks, produce oxygen, control soil erosion, provide organic matter, regulate water levels in watersheds and conserve biodiversity.
Learning Phases of the Moon with Balloons ~
Creating a physical model with students as the moon allows my students to deepen their understanding of moon phases and create a movie in their mind.
Here Is NASA's Plan for a Space Station That Orbits the Moon
This new base would provide humanity with its first foothold to future human missions to the moon, Mars, and beyond.
GCSE Biology: Carbon Cycle worksheets and A3 wall posters UPDATED | Teaching Resources
Always a challenging topic at GCSE, this collection of visual worksheets and posters should help your students get to grips with the Carbon Cycle. There is a workshe
Like my aquarium chart, this nitrogen cycle poster demonstrates the Nitrogen cycle in a regular ecosystem. This is perfect to use as a classroom poster, perhaps at a learning station in the classroom. Enjoy!
Biology Basics: Matter Cycling within Ecosystems - dummies
Organisms in biological ecosystems connect to one another through their need for matter as well as energy. Every organism needs molecules like proteins, carbohydrates, and fats to provide the raw building materials for their cells. One of the most fascinating facts about Earth is that almost all the matter on the planet today has been […]