The Earth Scientist, Volume XXVII, Issue 3, Fall 2011

$10.00

Articles in the Fall 2011 issue of The Earth Scientist include:

  • Our Ever-Changing Earth – Celebrate Earth Science Week 2011, by Geoff Camphire
  • Federal Agencies and Nationwide Partners Present the 2011 National Fossil Day in Hopes of Fostering Scientific Education, by Jason Kenworthy and Eva Lyon
  • Classroom Activities and Supporting Resources for Understanding Climate Change – An Introduction to Earth’s Climate by Roberta Johnson, Sandra Henderson, Dennis Ward, Lisa Gardiner and Randy Russell
  • Telescopes-for-Teachers T4T: Galileoscopes in Montana by Richard Jones
  • Expedition 329: South Pacific Gyre – Subseafloor life by Joe Monaco
  • Fire and Brimstone Continues to Shape Yellowstone Lake: Connecting Geology and Past Climates with Today’s Biodiversity by Susan Kelly, Lisa Morgan and Stephanie McGinnis
  • Student Misconceptions: Where Did You Get That Idea? by Virginia Malone

Additionally, to accompany these last two articles, the hard copy of this TES issue contains, for your classroom, two full color posters: one announcing AGI’s 14th Annual Earth Science Week, and the second announcing the NPS’s National Fossil Day.

Price: $10.00

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