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Go to https://serc.carleton.edu/nesta/resources/earth_science_week_2018.html
Happy Earth Science Week! Check out our resources for the week. This year's theme is "Earth as Inspiration".

On Saturday, October 20, 2018 join the NESTA community to celebrate the end of Earth Science Week. Learn what NESTA has done this past year and find out how you can become involved with NESTA! You do not need to be a NESTA member to attend. The meeting will start at 4 PM Eastern. Times are given below for all U.S. time zones.

Time: 4 pm EDT, 3 pm CDT, 2 pm MDT, 1 pm PDT, 12 pm AKDT, 10 am HST.

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

https://zoom.us/j/163770631

We look forward to celebrating and meeting with you!



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Join us at the NSTA Area Conference in Reno, Nevada, October 11 - 13, 2018.



Present at a NESTA Share-a-Thon this fall! Our NESTA Share-A-Thons at NSTA Area Conferences provide you with the opportunity to reach out to large audiences of K-12 science teachers. During the Share-a-Thon, teachers move around the room from table to table. You will have about 5 to 10 minutes with teachers. Your name can be included in the online program and if you are a classroom teacher, we can provide a letter recognizing your presentation. Present at the NESTA Share-a-Thon at the NSTA 2018 National Harbor Area Conference on Friday, November 16, 2018. Present at the NESTA Share-a-Thon at the NSTA 2018 Charlotte Area Conference on Friday, November 30, 2018.



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Create model ice Cores using pool noodles!!. Check out this activity and other resources from the EER workshop, Changing the Climate of Your Climate Change Lessons.

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States at Risk is a project of Climate Central aimed at showing how Americans in all 50 states are experiencing the impacts of climate change. Their work focuses on five threats — extreme heat, drought, wildfires, coastal flooding and inland flooding — and the states most affected by these threats.

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Browse through the resources at GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: Vital Signs of the Planet. It mission is to provide the public with accurate and timely news and information about Earth's changing climate, along with current data and visualizations, presented from the unique perspective of NASA, one of the world's leading climate research agencies.

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Shop at AmazonSmile and support NESTA at the same time! Designate NESTA as your charity of choice and 0.5% of eligible purchases will be donated by AmazonSmile. Find out how this works and get your questions answered here.

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See Earth through the Astronauts' Lens using the Windows on Earth collection from TERC! Astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have taken over 2 million photos of Earth. These photos are dramatic, beautiful, engaging and informative, helping us all understand and appreciate Earth. They include scientific phenomena, such as erupting volcanoes, powerful hurricanes, river erosion, and agriculture patterns around the globe. Explore our Earth from a whole new perspective.

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