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Willamette River, by Daniel E. Coe of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, displays a 50-foot elevation range, with lower elevations shown in white and higher elevations in dark blue. Coe used LIDAR data to make the map; he writes that he was inspired by maps of the Mississippi River made by Harold N. Fisk for a 1944 Army Corps of Engineers study. From Atlas of Design.

Willamette River, by Daniel E. Coe of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, displays a elevation range, with lower elevations shown in white and higher elevations in dark blue. Coe used LIDAR data to make the map

The Grand Canyon as seen from the International Space Station on March 25, 2014. Courtesy ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by the Expedition 39 crew.

The Grand Canyon as seen from the International Space Station on Marc h Credit: Courtesy ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by the Expedition 39 crew.

Facebook Lays Out Its Roadmap for Creating Internet-Connected Drones BY ISSIE LAPOWSKY 09.23.14 If tech companies like Facebook and Google have their way, everyone in the world will have access to the internet within the next few decades. But one thing's certain: it's going to be a bumpy ride.

The social media network wants to bring internet to the people using huge drones that fly for years at a time - and trials could begin in

With remote-sensing satellites, scientists have found the coldest places on Earth, just off a ridge in the East Antarctic Plateau. The colde...

With remote-sensing satellites, scientists have found the coldest places on Earth, just off a ridge in the East Antarctic Plateau. The coldest of the cold temperatures dropped to minus F (minus C) -- several degrees colder than the previous record.

Rocks, Rock Cycle, Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic PowerPoint Review Game from Science from Murf on TeachersNotebook.com (150 pages)  - This is a PowerPoint review game that concludes my Rocks and the Rocks Cycle Lesson that I offer on Teachers Notebook  Also included are hundreds of PowerPoint slides from my Geology Topics Unit, homework bundle, unit notes, and much more.

Rocks, Rock Cycle, Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic PowerPoint Review Game from Science from Murf on TeachersNotebook.com (150 pages) - This is a PowerPoint review game that concludes my Rocks and the Rocks Cycle Lesson that I offer on Teachers Notebook Also included are hundreds of PowerPoint slides from my Geology Topics Unit, homework bundle, unit notes, and much more.

How to Balance Chemical Equations: 6 Steps (with Pictures) #helpful #physical_science_is_gonna_kill_me

How to Balance Chemical Equations: 6 Steps (with Pictures). Helpful trick to remediate and practice balancing reactions with students. Manipulating notecards is more engaging than notes on paper as well.

Volcano Cross Section by michellelovespink26, via Flickr

Volcanoes erupt from the melting of rocks inside the mantle. These melted rocks move to the surface through the crust, and release pent-up gases. After the gases are released, a volcano erupts. --Morgan Brandmeyer by Lottie Thornbury