As Earth day approaches, we should all be aware of the serious problems plaguing the planet like climate change, deforestation, pollution, loss of biodiversity, rising sea levels, oceanic dead zones and the exploding human ...
The natural landscapes shown as captured by satellite imagery is as beautiful as anything artists have ever created. Some of the colors shown in the video may seem otherworldy. Most of those color anomalies are due to the fact that remotely sensed images have more information in them than just what we see in the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. Some of these images are processed to show different bands so we can visually interpret data such as what is in the near infra-red band, skewing the color palette.
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David Attenborough or Sigourney Weaver narrating Planet Earth? Snooze. Okay, not really but they're definitely not as adorable as these kids narrating Planet Earth. You'll hear about cheeseburgers, watch a headphone ...
SheKnows.com Fun Earth Day Activities for the Family Patch.com Earth Day is coming up on Monday and it's the perfect time to reflect on how to protect our planet as well as have fun celebrating with the family.
Earth Day 2013 is right around the corner. Are you planning on incorporating the annual event in your classroom?
There are many different learning opportunities on Earth Day, whether it's science-based investigations or researching the environment. To help, we've compiled a list of resources that teachers can use to bring Earth Day to students. The first is a great American Experience Documentary from PBS, which examining our country's eco-activism past, and we've also highlighted great Earth Day lesson plans, recommended reading lists, and ideas for classroom activities.
The University of Belize is having their Earth Day celebration tomorrow, and it looks to be quite an event. They'll have games, food, drinks, information booths, a 'Trashion' competition, a bicycle race, and much more. The theme this year is 'Addressing Climate Change: If Not Now, When?' See you there!
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