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Earth As a System Learning Activities
Students make a collection of leaves and then discover how a hierarchical classification system is developed by sorting and organizing their leaves according to a set of labels and rules which they specify.
Biosphere, Land Cover Classification Learning Activities
Biosphere Learning Activities
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Atmosphere Learning Activities
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Students use visualizations to explore the relation between elevation and temperature and begin learning how to make important patterns evident in visualizations.
Aerosols, Air Temperature, Atmosphere, Barometric Pressure, Biosphere, Land Cover Classification, Pedosphere (Soil), Precipitation, Relative Humidity, Soil Moisture - Gravimetric, Soil Moisture - SMAP Block Pattern, Soil Moisture - Sensors, Soil Temperature, Water Vapor Learning Activities
Atmosphere Learning Activities
Earth As a System Data Sheets
Students record the five phenophases of either common or clonal lilac plants.
Biosphere, Lilac Phenology Protocol Instructions
Earth As a System Protocol Instructions
Earth As a System Field Guides
Students visit the study site, observe the different components of the Earth system and predict how they are connected to and affect each other.
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Students, either individually or in small groups, use their knowledge of their study site develop a diagram that illustrates the most important connections between the different components of the Earth system.
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Students use GLOBE student data to explore, understand, and communicate the connections between the components of the Earth system exist at the study site they are investigating.
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Students compare and contrast the diagrams of their study site developed by individuals or small groups, and develop a class diagram of their study site that best communicates the most important connections between the components of the Earth system that exist there.
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Students compare and contrast diagram of their study site with a diagram developed for a region that is biogeographically different than their own.
Earth As a System Learning Activities
Pedosphere (Soil), Soil Moisture - Sensors Field Guides