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Teaching Landform Evolution with WILSIM-GC Posted: Dec 16 2015
The WILSIM project
has developed a collection of teaching activities
that explore the evolution of the Grand Canyon, and how the shape of the canyon is affected by a variety of physical factors, via the landscape simulation model WILSIM-GC. These activities range from step-by-step guided inquiry activities through open-ended exploration of the interactions of model parameters.