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This website features a collection of secondary level science activities for teaching about the Great Lakes using a structured decision making approach as a way to help narrow the disparity between knowledge and action when it comes to environmental issues. Topics include the management of endangered species such as cormorants and piping plovers, the Lake Erie Dead Zone, toxins in Great Lakes fish, contaminated sediments and watershed land use. The site has lesson plans regarding the biosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and geographic characteristics, as well as links to other useful resources.
Subject: Environmental Science:Ecosystems:Habitats:Invasive species, Geoscience:Soils, Environmental Science:Ecosystems:Biodiversity, Environmental Science:Policy:Environmental Decision-Making, Environmental Science:Land Use and Planning, Water Quality and Quantity, Soils and Agriculture Resource Type: Activities Theme: Teach the Earth:Incorporating Societal Issues:Public Policy, Teach the Earth:Course Topics:Soil, Environmental Science, Teach the Earth:Teaching Topics:Water Environmental Policy: Environmental Decision-Making Keywords: purple loosestrife, round goby, sea lamprey, zebra mussels
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