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Using Carbon Isotopes in Astrobiology: Origin of Life and beyond part of Teach the Earth:Teaching Activities
Carbon isotopes are used in many different ways by scientists to reconstruct Earth's past. For example, we can use carbon isotopes to determine when life first evolved on Earth, and to learn more about what ...
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Fossils or Not? part of Teach the Earth:Teaching Activities
The goal of this activity is to help students think about how, why, and where fossils are preserved in the geological record. This activity can be done using the website Macrostrat or the mobile app Rockd. Using ...
The Paleobiology Database: Diversity and Extinction in the Phanerozoic (as viewed through the eyes of a bivalve) part of Paleontology:Activities
A key question in paleobiology is how diversity, origination, and extinction have changed over time. Given that species are missing from the fossil record this is hard to determine directly. However, we can measure ...
Teaching Geoscience Online
ITG Working with Diverse Students Interest Group
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Workshop Participant (9 workshops)
July 2020 Early Career Workshop 2012
June 2012 EER 2020 Friday
Webinar Participant (6 webinars)
May 2023 Towards a more inclusive geosciences: Teaching strategies and policies to support all students
May 2022 PresenterMentoring Undergraduates: Techniques And Best Practices For Guiding The Next Generation Of Scientists Webinar