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Free course on remote sensing for water exploration

250 million people who live in the drylands of Africa and Asia face a shortage of water for their entire lives. Hundreds of millions more in less drought-prone regions of the ‘Third World’ have to cope repeatedly with reduced supplies. 530 more words

Environmental Geology And Geohazards

Ron Miksha reblogged this and commented:

I hope that some of the many under-employed exploration geoscientists take note of this. It's a free course on using remote sensing to explore for water in places where water isn't found easily. Thanks, Steve Drury, for making this opportunity available!

The underwater flying glider

Ms. Callaghan’s Classroom

Jil Callaghan is a 6th grade science teacher at Houck Middle School in Salem, Oregon. She is posting blogs for her students while aboard the Research Vessel Sikuliaq as part of a teacher at sea program through Oregon State University.  815 more words

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“Improv for Scientists” Workshop Recap

Last week SPEaC held the second installment in our series of workshops: “Improvisation for Scientists”. This workshop series aims to help graduate students and postdocs improve their communication skills through fun and interactive improv-style games and activities. 526 more words

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Sampling from the Sea

Ms. Callaghan’s Classroom

Jil Callaghan is a 6th grade science teacher at Houck Middle School in Salem, Oregon. She is posting blogs for her students while aboard the Research Vessel Sikuliaq as part of a teacher at sea program through Oregon State University.  765 more words

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Why teach Science?

When I was a high school student, if you asked me what science was, I would have answered with “chemistry, biology, and physics”. I probably would have thought that being scientifically literate meant I had a good understanding of these topics. 707 more words

Science Education

Multi-coring

Ms. Callaghan’s Classroom

Jil Callaghan is a 6th grade science teacher at Houck Middle School in Salem, Oregon. She is posting blogs for her students while aboard the Research Vessel Sikuliaq as part of a teacher at sea program through Oregon State University.  728 more words

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