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Hurricanes: Science and Society

The Hurricanes: Science and Society website (HSS) is one of the most comprehensive Internet resources on hurricanes. The HSS website and its associated educational resources provide information on ...
Resource Type: Audio/Visual:Collections, Pedagogic Resources:Collection, Scientific Resources:Collection

Transitions and Tipping Points in Complex Environmental Systems

This report, by an NSF advisory committee, details many of the environmental challenges facing our planet and our society, and issues a call to action for NSF, for researchers, and for educators, to ...
Resource Type: Policy Resources, Pedagogic Resources:Overview/Summary

Using Internet technology to deliver an inquiry-based Earth systems course designed for middle school teachers
Abstract: The past decade has seen the exponential growth of the Internet as a tool to deliver on-line instruction at all educational levels. Many first generation on-line courses employed strategies ...

Resource Type: Course Information

Global Warming and Hurricanes

This page from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory presents information on the state of knowledge about the potential connections between ...
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work

Hurricane Fabian

This page from NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio shows images of Hurricane Fabian near Bermuda on Sept. 4, 2004. The imagery was collected by the wide-angle lens of the Sea-viewing ...

Hurricane Gustav

This page from NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio presents a number of images and videos of Hurricane Gustav as it approached North America in September of 2002.
Resource Type: Audio/Visual:Images/Illustrations, Animations/Video

Hurricane Isabel

This site features one of the remarkable satellite pictures of Hurricane Isabel's North American landfall at 11:50 a.m. EDT on Sept. 18th, 2003. Red, green, and blue filtered images were ...
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work

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