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Space Station Explorers: "A Beautiful Planet" Educator Resource Guide
Space Station Explorers

Embark on an awe-inspiring trip around our world through the eyes of astronauts on the ISS.

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Ologies: Geology (ROCKS) with Schmitty Thompson
Ologies

It’s rock talk with a true enthusiast, the charming and beloved Geologist Schmitty Thompson.

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Mystery Science: Could a Volcano Pop Up Where You Live?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students explore the past and present pattern of where volcanoes exist on the earth.

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Explore.org: Hillbillies, Coalminers, Treehuggers and God
Explore.org

Travel to the heart of Appalachia and experience the hidden gem that is West Virginia.

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Explore.org: Grand Canyon
Explore.org

Travel down the Colorado River to experience the Grand Canyon’s wild splendor and explore the connections between man and nature.

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Arizona Geological Survey: Geologic Database
University of Arizona, Arizona Geological Survey

Arizona Geological Survey produce geologic maps and reports to support natural resource use and natural hazard assessment.

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Arizona Geological Survey: Ask a Geologist
The University of Arizona, Arizona Geological Survey

Do you have questions about the minerals, rocks, valleys, canyons, mountains, rivers, volcanoes, earthquakes, earth fissures, landslides, or natural hazards of Arizona?

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Arizona Geological Survey: Floods
The University of Arizona, Arizona Geological Survey

Floods occur in each state and cost upwards of six billion dollars annually, disappearing as suddenly as they appear, leaving destruction and sometimes death in their wake.

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Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources Outreach Program
The University of Arizona, Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources

Everyone should have an opportunity to learn how we use minerals in our lives and where they come from, what modern mining really is and which professional opportunities it offers. Our outreach programs provide resources and programming for K-12 and college-level groups to discover the exciting world of mineral resources.

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