Sci8 Daily Activities for Saturday 10 February 2018:
Tectonic Map Test Resources - Day 2/6 (30min on CEE) (5 needed last year)

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(Walrus W.A.L.T. list) 19) Walrus Walt Major Tom - Walrus W.A.L.T. . . . We Are Learning To . . . match tectonic boundry interactions to surface geology features.
(<->, -><- , ^v) + (s-s, s-c, c-c) = (Vlc., Eq., Mtn.)


iPad / Android App = HHMI - Earth Viewer (Computer = HHMI EarthViewer & Scotese PaleoMaps)

Handwritten notes perform better on tests (Local PDF)

GSA's Cultural Transmission @ 125ya / (BrainDrain;>)


Planetary Resources Asteroidal Substrate 3D Printing:>

APOD - Lagoon . . . H2 (brown) O2 (blue) S (yellow) (oh my!)

APOD = Element Origins

Galax MagField? - APOD - via Planck


(MisSum) (Flickr) (Beachcomber) (CV)

NASA AMES QUEST Spaceward Bound Mojave 2007 Mars Analog Station (FLICKr) (1st person blog & pix) (NASA AMES Release) (Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber We28Mar2007 PDF)

Present SpaceWardBound Mojave Resources (2) (3)

(Scale Model Earth √out/ReTakes=7am & p5) - MoonPhase rotating moon? Lunar Phases - (1) (2) (HandOut) (p3+p4+p6) (Earth rotation "into the east" = same direction as moon orbital motion)



accessing prior knowledge in terms of What we are looking at now


EPOD = Grand Tetons = GV = SatV / San Andreas / Kilauea / Iceland MAR - Tectonics URLs

ID? WHEEE:> - MAR-2 - Surface - Yea ODP:>! - Can I Vent Please? - NOAA-NOAH - Product?

African Rift

1) (Tectonics-1) (Tectonics-2)

2) Summaries - (1) - (2)

convection application (1) (2) (3)
µG (4) (5)

EPOD - normal fault - USGS faults - anticline - 3 fault itypes . . .  -><-  / <- ->   /  ^v - combined - google images

1 min natural history:P-APOD (Symphony of Science)(Wiki)


So . . . time to make a Summary Table to hold all this information . . . plate types, boundry interactions, and their resulting surface geology . . .

Combined Tectonics Test DataTables & Resources

Tectonics Test Map - practice on this with your prepared notes & lab sheets.

Characterize Surface Geologic Effects as . . .
(mountains, ridges, rifts, trenches, only dirt hills)
(composite, cinder cone, or shield volcanoes)

Characterize EarthQuakes as:
(weak, strong, surface. deep, frequent, or infrequent)

Illustration links:

convergent (seafloor subduction)+(continent) ** (convergent seafloor subduction)+(continent)

convergent continent+continent buckling

seafloor - seafloor joint subduction

divergent seafloor-seafloor ** divergent seafloor-seafloor

transform continent/continent

scrubber combo ** mpeg combo

Reasons / Explainations:

cause

USGS FAQ ** USGS-GIS 

source pages for above links: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Plate Tectonics URLs

Google Earth =
(USGS KML Files)
(GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS)
(USGS_Earths_Tectonic_Plates.kmz)


Past Due:(details by number given below in red font . . . )
Order, use, and hand in with Tectonics Map Test for 40% of your grade.

#1) Clay Lab (simulating plate boundry interactions)
#4) Epicenter Map
#5) Scavenger Hunt (10 Qs, pgs124 & 129)
#6) Tectonic Map
#8) Plate Animations Lab
#10) Volcano Table
#11) Plate Interactions Boundries & Zones Lab




Tectonics Unit . . .


1) LAB=LS-3.0+LS-3.1 (EE-91-95 - Understanding The Question -Think About What Happens @ Plate Boundaries) Work in pairs on the clay models and the SIMULATING PLATE INTERACTIONS sheet (3.1.1) (each person fills out their own plate bounday sheet). and attach it to your journal.

In the PROCEDURE on EE-93, #5, push the clay blocks firmly together so they are fused together somewhat before attempting to pull them apart. Use paper scraps between clay pieces and table top to reduce friction.

Write out the questions and answer the 3 REFLECT questions on EE-95 on the back of theSIMULATING PLATE INTERACTIONS sheet (3.1.1). (copy Richter & Mercali Scales into journals.) (Seismo-Richter-Mercalli GFX)

(Tectonics URLs)

EarthQuake & Volcano mp3's:>

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


2) Read & ReCap LS-3.2-EE-96-104="What Causes EarthQuakes & What Happens When They Occur?"

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


3) Read & Discuss =LS3.3-EE-105-115 "How Do Scientists Collect and Evaluate Data From Earthquakes?"

Richter / Mercalli

- Write out the " Stop & Think" questions, and answer in complete sentences in Journals =
(two on EE-113):
a) Compare Richter & Modified Mercalli Intensity Scales.
b) What factors affect the intensity of an earthquake?


& COPY the (Seismo-Richter-Mercalli GFX) & Richter & Mercali Scales into journals.

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


4) Paper LAB =LS-3.4-EE-116-122 = How Do Scientists Find the Epicenter of an Earthquake? (pp.EE-116-122) = (Finding the Epicenter Map 3.4.1) .

Follow instructions in text, including answering all questions as you go on the back of your (Finding the Epicenter Map 3.4.1. Calculate & indicate epicenter on (Finding the Epicenter Map 3.4.1), attach to your Tectonics Labs HandOut Set, and discuss as a class.(Lightning/Thunder YouTube / Lightning Wx Dude)
- EE-117-Reflect-#1-3
- EE-120-Stop & Think-#1-2
- EE-121-Stop & Think-#1-3
- EE-121-Reflect-#1-7
(total = 15 questions)

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


5) GIS LAB=3.5 Explore = "What Can Earthquake Data Tell You About the Location of Plate Boundaries?" (ppEE-123-130) Forget the "Big World Map", and use the following URLs, GoogleEarth, & WmyWorld GIS as a last resort . . .

Answer questions #1-7 on page 124, #1-3 on page 139, using the links below:

(USGS This Dynamic Planet Interactive Web GIS)
(USGS EarthQuake Interactive Web GIS Now to Last 30 Days)
(USGS Top 10 EarthQuake Lists & Maps)
(USGS Global Seismicity 1900-2010 PDF Maps)
(USGS EarthQuake Info by Region)
(USGS World Seismicity PDF Map)
(USGS EarthQuake Home Page)
optional Google Earth plug-ins (not required) =

(USGS KML Files)
(GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS)
(USGS_Earths_Tectonic_Plates.kmz)
optional:
Plate Tectonics URLs

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


6) GIS LAB = LS3.6=EE131-140="How Can One Year of Earthquake Data Help You Better Identify Plate Boundaries?"

Draw plate boundaries on a PRACTICE (DRAFT) Tectonics Test Map = Tectonics Test Map

future labs and Tectonics Map Test resources = Combined Tectonics Lab WorkSheets

USE ONLY EE-137-140 MyWorld GIS & GoogleEarth-
optional:
(USGS This Dynamic Planet Interactive Web GIS)
(USGS EarthQuake Interactive Web GIS Now to Last 30 Days)
(USGS Top 10 EarthQuake Lists & Maps)
(USGS Global Seismicity 1900-2010 PDF Maps)
(USGS EarthQuake Info by Region)
(USGS World Seismicity PDF Map)
(USGS EarthQuake Home Page)
optional - Google Earth plug-ins:

(USGS KML Files)
(GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS)
(USGS_Earths_Tectonic_Plates.kmz)
optional:
Plate Tectonics URL

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


 


8) OnLine LAB = LS6.1-EE-216-220=Think About What Geologic Activity Happens @ Plate Boundaries = Answer 5 REFLECT Questions on EE-220 on back of the BLM Table 6.1.1 "Plate Animations Interactions" WorkSheet

use CONFERENCE questions to fill out the front of the worksheet.

OnLine Animations of Pate Boundary Interactions - EQ + Volcanics + Mountain Building

s = seafloor // c = continent  //  convergent = (-><-)  //  divergent = (<- ->)  // transform = (-^v-)

savage earth animations main page

hot zones = (c-><-c) & (<-s s->) & (s-><-c)

hell's crust - crumple zones = (c-><-c)

hell's crust - mid ocean ridge = (<-s s->)

hell's crust - subduction = (s-><-c)

strike slip fault = (s-^v-s) or (c-^v-c) or (s-^v-c)

 

physical geology animations main page

divergent plate boundry (seafloor spreading) = (<-s s->)

convergent plate boundry (subduction) = (s-><-c)

 

exploring earth visualizations main page

ES0803 Observe how alternating magnetic polarity is recorded in rocks at mid-ocean ridges = (<-s s->)

S0804 Observe animations of processes that occur along plate boundaries = (-^v-) & (s-><-c) & (<-s s->)

ES0902 Observe an animation of volcanism at a subduction zone = (s-><-c)

ES0903 Observe an animation of volcanism along a rift zone = (<-s s->)

ES1105 Observe an animation of the Himalayas forming = (s-><-c) followed by (c-><-c)

 

Cornell Plate Tectonics Animations Main Menu

divergent = (<-s s->)

convergent = (s-><-c)

transform = (c-^v-c)

plate tectonics combination = (<-s s->) & (s-><-c)

 

NW Norton Basic Plate Boundaries (start)

divergent = (<-s s->)

convergent = (s-><-c)

transform = (-^v-)

 

National Parks Service Geology GIFs

 

 

(USGS This Dynamic Earth WebText with static illustrations)  //  (USGS This Dynamic Planet Web GIS)

Plate Tectonics URLs

(IRIS-EarthQuake Resources) // (GeologyLabs EarthQuake OnLine Labs)

Google Earth =
(USGS KML Files)
(GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS)
(USGS_Earths_Tectonic_Plates.kmz)

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


9) READ = EE-4.3-pgs-159-167, "Why Does the Mantle Move the Way it Does?" & EE-5.3-pgs.189-202 "What is a Volcano?" Skip the questions, but add info as you come across it to your (Volcano Table 5.3.1)

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


10) Volcano LAB = LS-5.1- Understand the Question - Think About What Volcanoes Can Tell You About Plate Interactions( EE-172-179) (Volcano Table 5.3.1)
Use MyWorld GIS (in lab only - pg 175) &/or . . .

Web =

(USGS This Dynamic Planet Interactive Web GIS)
Google Earth =
(USGS KML Files)
(GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS)
(GoogleEarth KMZ layer for SeaFloorAge)

Plate Tectonics URLs

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


11) LS.6.2.1-EE221-238-How Do Scientists Describe the Differences Between Moving Plates? -

(WorkSheet 6.2.1-Plate Interactions: Boundaries & Zones)

(EQ+Vcn)

Plate Tectonics URLs

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


12) CER (claim - evidence - reasoning) for EverChanging Earth Learning Sets 1 & 2 "Big Question" =
"What processes in the earth Cause Geologic Activity" in your journal - no need to print out template.

Prepare and share out white board concensus by table, revise note book initial personal explainations.

Read

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


Test = Plate motion direction & effects = Tectonics Test Map

Combined Tectonics Lab WorkSheets

simple instructions:

1) Put your name, period, and date on the upper right corner of the back side of this map. Each person hands in their own hand labeled map, and must explain their reasoning to Mr.J. for credit.
2) Draw lines on this map of 15 major tectonic plate boundaries. Additional plates with evidence = extra credit (4/4 potential).
3) Use arrows to indicate the direction of travel of the plates at their boundaries on the map.
4) Label the plates with their names on the map.
5) List the plate names on the back of this map, & describe the surface geology features (locations of mountains, rifts, ridges, trenches, volcano types, earthquake types) which provide evidence for each plate's direction of travel.
6) More credit possible if (#2-5) above are provided for additional plates.
7) Use internet, journal WORKSHEETS & TABLES, text, MyWorldGIS, lab partners, and class discussions to construct your map and explainations.
8) 90 test points assessed (names, boundaries, directions, 3 reasons x15)
9) NO ReTakes! In class ONLY (tests CANNOT leave the room)!
10) Hand in your test with your lab worksheets folded in half together, NOT stapled (scanned before graded), full header on each paper used on the exam.

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)


13) (Plate Tectonics Map Test) = Plate Motion, Direction & Resultant Surface Geology = Mo07, We09 & Tr10 Blocks, & Fr11Apr2014 maximum, or until Mr.J. calls and end due to socializing / off task behavior.
**Suggested Live OnLine Resources (no hard copies please) =
+Tectonics URLs

+Annenberg Dynamic Boundry Map (scroll down)
+USGS Plate Motion Detail Map
+Lehigh Univ. Tectonics GIS
+USGS Dynamic Planet OnLine Tectonics GIS
+IRIS GIS
+MyWorld GIS - Earth Structures - Inquiry Project
+Google Earth = (USGS KML Files) (GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS) (USGS_Earths_Tectonic_Plates.kmz)
**Suggested Live OnLine Resources (no hard copies please) =
+Combined Tectonics Test Resources
- make sure you have accurately corrected your own work - NO ZEROXES OF OTHER'S WORK ALLOWED!


1) Put your name, period, and date on the upper right corner of the back side of this map. Each person hands in their own hand labeled map, and must explain their reasoning to Mr.J. for credit.
2) Draw lines on this map of 15 major tectonic plate boundaries.
3) Use arrows to indicate the direction of travel of the plates at their boundaries on the map.
4) Number & list the plate names on the back of this map.
5) Label plates on your map with the numbers of their names you listed on the back of your map.
6) Use pairs of plate numbers to describe the surface geology features at their labled boundary locations on your map (locations of mountains, rifts, ridges, trenches, volcano types, earthquake types), which provide evidence for each plate's direction of travel.
6) More credit possible if (#2-5) above are provided for additional plates.
7) Use internet, journal Combined Tectonics Lab WorkSheets, text(student logon = mcmsci678) (student pw = stem4u) (Select "Everchanging Earth" Text), MyWorldGIS (Library = Earth Structures, "ESInquiry20051212m3vz" file), USGS Dynamic Planet OnLine Tectonics GIS, Lehigh Univ. Tectonics Web GIS, Google Earth = (USGS KML Files) (GoogleEarth KMZ Layer File for Tectonic Plates USGS) (USGS_Earths_Tectonic_Plates.kmz) lab partners, and class discussions to construct your map and explainations.
8) 90 test points assessed (names, boundaries, directions, 3 reasons x15)
9) NO ReTakes! In class ONLY! Tests CANNOT leave the room or lose credit entirely!
10) Hand in your test with your lab worksheets folded in half together inside (hamburger), NOT stapled (scanned before graded), full header upper right corner on each paper used on the exam or risk loss of credit for work without full headers upper right corner.

(done = p1 + p3 + p4 + p6)

I will NOT be re-teaching material during the test.

I will be monitoring your work during the test, asking questions about your process and reasoning, and taking your test from you if you are off task.

I will coment on / mark up / grade your maps, then scan them for me to keep in your portfolio.

When the tests are graded and entered in SKYWARD, I will ask you questions about the comments I made on your test.

If you can show me by using your materials what your thinking was, and why, you could get an upgrade.

If you CANNOT show me prep materials &/or explain your reasoning for ANY FEATURE on your map ("I don't know, that's what THEY said"), you get NO CREDIT for your exam!

No ReTakes!
1) executive function test
2) problem solving
3) evidentiary reasoning
4) NOT memorizarion
5) NOT copying
6) EXPLAIN YOUR THINKING!


 


 


OnLine Text PDFs = Its About Time Project Based Inquiry Science
student logon = mcmsci678
student pw = stem4u

Select "Everchanging Earth" Text

if no luck, download free
Acrobat Reader, install, reboot


 


 


PBIS Planetary Forecaster Sequence = next unit of study = weather, climate, and geologic history




 


Advisory SSRR - bring book(s) of choice, or you must use GoogleBooks or Mr. J.'s library - A READING HABIT TRAINING, NOT A STUDY PERIOD!


1) SRR 25 minutes

2) 5 minute turn & talk - proceed through list below Mo-Tu-Tr-Fr

1) Plot UpDates
2) Prediction
3) Recommendation (with reasons)
4) Conflict Description
5) THEME
6) Reader ?s (confusing words, plot elements)
7) Connections (silimarity to reader's life, other books, real world events)


Advisory Curricula
Sustained Silent Reading ResponseResponse to Intervention (RTI~SpEd replacement)Olweus Bullying Prevention Resources(OSPI Student Led Conference Resources)
OSPI Student Led Portfolio Conference Video ResourcesOSPI Navigation 101 College & Career Readiness ResourcesOSPI Navigation 101 Portal

OSPI MS + HS Technical Support

(McM Student Led Conference Resources)
- SLC Activities
- CheckList - Masters - YouTube Demo - "High School Ready Fall 2012"- SLC Schedule Tr21 & Fr22Mar2013



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Everchanging Earth Activity Sequence - look here if you finish early . . . / (Plate Tectonics URLs)


 


 


 


convection application (1) (2) (3)
µG (4) (5)

2) NASA VIIRS Earth @ night

APOD - Orion @ 212hrs:P

1) (1) (2)

2) "Earth in a box"

3) Summaries - (1) - (2)

 


AMA Ebola WebPage  //  NewsWire  //  CDC Evaluation Guidelines

Snoqualmie Falls Volcano

Columbus Day Storm 1962?

Jack Andraka - Intel Science Contest 2013 (Jay Bradner) (2) (60 min)

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

What is fog? (NOAA) LAB - local weather hands on lab & questions

APOD - Meteors, Satelites, Tides, & Green Glow . . . Aug2013 - causes?. . . killed by FedGov ShutDown:<

APOD Earth @ Equinox - Perspective?

BBC Pakistan EarthQuake 7.8MR - USGS - Causes/Effect? - ShakeMap -

What is fog? (NOAA) LAB - local weather hands on lab & questions

Dragon Illusion Paper Model

Apparent Motion

SF UFO?

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

UnderstandingRace.org (Human Genome Variation) (Diaspora 200kya) @ Pacific Science Center (VMRL)

Toba VEI-8~70kya - NPR - Wikipedia - Palomar Anthro - Smithsonian

Dmanisi H. erectus /ergaster / habalis / rudolfensis = OOA ~ 1.8mya? - Wikipedia - CNN - Science 2.0


The Great Washington ShakeOut - Resources - How2


Minerals . . . macroselenite:>




Rosetta selfie w/ comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenk (ESA mission page)

Jack Andraka - Intel Science Contest 2013 (Jay Bradner) (2) (60 min)


APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)


What is fog? (NOAA) LAB - local weather hands on lab & questions


APOD - Meteors, Satelites, Tides, & Green Glow . . . Aug2013 - causes?.

How do you build a space station (or eat an elephant)?


AAAS - dancing water drops off hygrophobic surfaces = easy cleaning + fun video:>

194 GB panorama (AIS) of the Milky Way (AAAS pdf)   ***  Spitzer IR GL:IPMSE360 (SciAm pdf)

SF UFO?

feedback / homeostasis / dynamic equilibrium (2) (local 1) (local 2)



Heart Nebula IC 1805

Chandra PSR B1509-58: A Young Pulsar Shows its Hand

Diamond (?) exoplanet (Wikipedia - 55 Cancri e in Serpens) (CalTech Spitzer IR) (AstroBioNews-MayBe Not?)

Chris Hadfield - ISS = wet a cloth, then wring it out?

NASA-GSFC- Space Visualization Studio Galleries

Barnard's Merope Nebula

Black Hole SS death imaged

APOD = Black Hole Collision

Rotating H20 Sphere in µG. . . Dooooooonuuuuut:P (local)


DVD = 0hr.50min. / 2hr. (~1/3) into "Supervolcano" - Yellowstone Eruption "Future History" (Discovery Channel / BBC 2005)
Curiosity (Pele) / Wikipedia (2)(scheduled for We27Nov2013 - early release before TurkeyDay) Jake Lowenstern (2)


APOD - Galaxies in Collision


Endurance Runing Hypothesis - Dennis Bramble (Univ. Utah Biology) & Daniel Lieberman (Harvard Paleoanthropology) (Abstract) (Full PDF) (Summary) (Local PDF) (Presented Paper) (Local PDF) (Nature)(PDF) (Local PDF)(Google Scholar) (Discover Magazine) (Nice PDF summary Univ. Idaho)(David Attenboro Persistence Hunting Kalahari Bushmen) (Man vs Horse Marathon - Wiki)
(Nice CounterArgument - Lawrence Morran, Univ. Toranto Biocherm,istry)


AGI Critical Issues


Oldest Earth Crust? (2) (3) (4) (SciAm)

SPARK Museum Bellingham:> actual "SteamPunk" (2) (3) (4)
(MegaZapper) (1st person plasma) (2) (Tesla Coil)
(Antique Radio)


What is fog? (NOAA) LAB - local weather hands on lab & questions

Dragon Illusion Paper Model

Apparent Motion

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

UnderstandingRace.org (Human Genome Variation) (Diaspora 200kya) @ Pacific Science Center (VMRL)

Toba VEI-8~70kya - NPR - Wikipedia - Palomar Anthro - Smithsonian

Pumpkin Chunkin - Official Site - Wikipedia - USA Today - Injury Law Suit?


1) Diamond (?) exoplanet

Chris Hadfield - ISS = wet a cloth, then wring it out?


DVD = NOVA - Earth From Space


Cosmos - Standing Up in the Milky Way (1) (2) (3)


Mr.J. absent = Cosmos 2012 = Disc 3, episode 10 = "The Lost Worlds of Planet Earth" = GeoBioChemical Evolution


DVD = (2hrs.) "Supervolcano" - Yellowstone Eruption "Future History" (Discovery Channel / BBC 2005)
Curiosity (Pele) / Wikipedia (2) Jake Lowenstern (2)

 




How do you build a space station (or eat an elephant)?

APOD = Pelican

T. Ross Kelly's Curiosity Cabinet:>

BBC2-Earth changes during your lifetime

Oldest Earth Crust? (2) (3) (4) (SciAm)

1 min natural history:P-APOD (Symphony of Science)(Wiki)

AAAS - Earth's mantle water

& By The Way . . .Yea, (gamma)Atmosphere:>!(APOD/Fermi)



 


 


 


 




 


 


 



 


 




 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Endurance Runing Hypothesis - Dennis Bramble (Univ. Utah Biology) & Daniel Lieberman (Harvard Paleoanthropology) (Abstract) (Full PDF) (Summary) (Local PDF) (Presented Paper) (Local PDF) (Nature)(PDF) (Local PDF)(Google Scholar) (Discover Magazine) (Nice PDF summary Univ. Idaho)(David Attenboro Persistence Hunting Kalahari Bushmen) (Man vs Horse Marathon - Wiki)
(Nice CounterArgument - Lawrence Morran, Univ. Toranto Biocherm,istry)


AGI Critical Issues


Oldest Earth Crust? (2) (3) (4) (SciAm)

SPARK Museum Bellingham:> actual "SteamPunk" (2) (3) (4)
(MegaZapper) (1st person plasma) (2) (Tesla Coil)
(Antique Radio)

 

DVD = (2hrs.) "Supervolcano" - Yellowstone Eruption "Future History" (Discovery Channel / BBC 2005)
Curiosity (Pele) / Wikipedia (2) Jake Lowenstern (2)

 

AAAS - Geology Effects on Language

 

Diamond (?) exoplanet

 

Comet Siding Spring & Mars

Snoqualmie Falls Volcano

Jack Andraka - Intel Science Contest 2013 (Jay Bradner) (2) (60 min)

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

What is fog? (NOAA) LAB - local weather hands on lab & questions

APOD - Meteors, Satelites, Tides, & Green Glow . . . Aug2013 - causes?. . . killed by FedGov ShutDown:<

APOD Earth @ Equinox - Perspective?

BBC Pakistan EarthQuake 7.8MR - USGS - Causes/Effect? - ShakeMap -

 

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

UnderstandingRace.org (Human Genome Variation) (Diaspora 200kya) @ Pacific Science Center (VMRL)

Toba VEI-8~70kya - NPR - Wikipedia - Palomar Anthro - Smithsonian

APOD Sungrazer / Kirch 1680 / Comet ISON (2) (.com-ish) Late Nov2013 = (Discover Mag) (Space.com) (NASA TimeLine)


 

T. Ross Kelly's Curiosity Cabinet:>

BBC2-Earth changes during your lifetime

Oldest Earth Crust? (2) (3) (4) (SciAm)

AAAS - dancing water drops off hygrophobic surfaces = easy cleaning + fun video:>

194 GB panorama (AIS) of the Milky Way (AAAS pdf)   ***  Spitzer IR GL:IPMSE360 (SciAm pdf)






 


 


Planetary Resources Inc

Private Sector Space?

1986 DA(Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics) (NYT) (BrghtWork Rsch "black sky" session) (4) (IAUC) (NEODyS-2) (Wikipedia) (JPL) (AAAS local) (Astronomical Journal) (Mining Asteroids Wiki)

 

Familiar moon?

Diamond (?) exoplanet

Retrograde Mars

Comet Siding Spring & Mars

AMA Ebola WebPage  //  NewsWire  //  CDC Evaluation Guidelines

Snoqualmie Falls Volcano

Columbus Day Storm 1962?

Jack Andraka - Intel Science Contest 2013 (Jay Bradner) (2) (60 min)

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

What is fog? (NOAA) LAB - local weather hands on lab & questions

APOD - Meteors, Satelites, Tides, & Green Glow . . . Aug2013 - causes?. . . killed by FedGov ShutDown:<

APOD Earth @ Equinox - Perspective?


Cold fronts:> / SeattleTimes / King5 (2)/ Houston (?) /

APOD - Human Vision Extent / Limits? / (Wiki = 0.0001 - 130,000 lux) / (ClarkVision = Foeval Resolution ~ 576MPx)

UnderstandingRace.org (Human Genome Variation) (Diaspora 200kya) @ Pacific Science Center (VMRL)

Toba VEI-8~70kya - NPR - Wikipedia - Palomar Anthro - Smithsonian

APOD Sungrazer / Kirch 1680 / Comet ISON (2) (.com-ish) Late Nov2013 = (Discover Mag) (Space.com) (NASA TimeLine)


SciAm - Citizen Science Apps

1) APOD = Keppler 78b - first Earth sized planet discovered . . . a bit warmish . . .

2) NASA JPL Eyes on the Solar System (Earth) (exoplanets)

3) WorldWide Telescope


MAVEN ~ 0700 PDT Mo18Nov2013(Taken in Kenya PreDawn 14Nov2013)

NASA Clean Rooms generate new Genus of Bacillum going to Mars:P

DVD = 40min into "Supervolcano" - Yellowstone Eruption "Future History" (Discovery Channel / BBC 2005)
Curiosity (Pele) / Wikipedia (scheduled for We27Nov2013 - early release befor3e TurkeyDay)

Europa ~

SnowBall Earth Cryogenian Period 850 mya? (several before dating to 2.2bya)

Precident to Cambria Explosion:> (Berkeley Flash) (Fauna Images) (Berkeley Rodinia)

 

 

AAAS - Atmospheric Ion Count EQ Precessor?

AAAS - Right-Happy Left-Anxious Tail Wagging

AAAS - 60 years of space junk in 60 seconds

AAAS - Best Eyewitness Practices

AAAS - 50x10^9 Solar Mass Limit for Black Holes

 

Nova-Making N.Am. (55min.ea.) - Origins - Life - Humans

APOD - Himalayan Solar Corona - CME - Lagoon . . . H2 (brown) O2 (blue) S (yellow) (oh my!) - LRO EarthSet (Apollo 8 EarthRise) (Apollo 17)

 

APOD = "Thousand Ruby Galaxy = M83 (Charles Messier) (Messier Objects)

 

SPARK Museum Bellingham:> actual "SteamPunk" (2) (3) (4)
(MegaZapper) (1st person plasma) (2) (Tesla Coil)
(Antique Radio)

 

(Discovery Channel - "How The Earth Was Made) (YouTube) (Wiki) (AAPG)

Nova-Making N.Am. (55min.ea.) - Origins - Life - Humans

A&E DVD - How the Earth Was Made - James Hutton, Scottish Farmer, 200ya modern geology beginnings

3) NPR - Paul Tough - How Kids Succeed

 


"Cycle of Pathways" (Rock Cycle)

"Elements Song" - Tom Lehrer

"Elements Song" - Aristotle

4.6bya . . .

"We Are StarDust" - Symphony of Science

"Alfred Wegner - You Are A Crazy Little Man" (The Amoeba People)

 

Panda Snow:> (NPR) (local) (Smithsonian Zoo) (Wikipedia) (WWF) (NatGeo)

Alaska 7.1 MMS EQ: USGS Event - USGS AK page - AK-old -AK-new - AK 1962 9.2

Raymond Joseph Teller - teaching latin:>

APOD = Element Origins

New Prime - NPR

AAAS - How to Read a Scientific Paper

APOD - Lagoon . . . H2 (brown) O2 (blue) S (yellow) (oh my!)

- LRO EarthSet (Apollo 8 EarthRise) (Apollo 17)