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GEO 101 - Earth Science
"A description of the physical environment. The course offers a broad overview of the weather, climate, mountains, volcanoes, earthquakes, plate tectonics, soils, rivers, glaciers, wind and waves. Students will discover where these natural features exist and why they are located where they are. Features of the natural landscape will be described with emphasis not only on identification, but also on the significance of location. This course is structured as a science course for non-science majors."
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America’s National Parks fascinate millions of visitors. This 8-part spectacular series will show you what happens beyond the lookouts. From National Geographic.
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The National Parks Gallery Digital Asset Management System is an enterprise system for storing, organizing, and sharing photos and other digital files. NPGallery's central online repository offers a place for the NPS to store digital assets, including photos, illustrations, audio files, videos, and documents.
This report discusses what seismologists learned from the 1964 earthquake.
This report discusses what seismologists learned from the 1989 earthquake.
This library research guide provides an introduction to resources related to renewable and alternative energy.
Climate change is one of the most controversial and misunderstood issues of the 21st century. This book provides a clear understanding of the issue by presenting scientific facts to refute falsehoods and misinformation-and to confirm the validity of other assertions.
This research guides provides an introduction to library resources related to Geography.
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