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Study Commission on the Rain Forest

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http://rims.k12.ca.us/activity/rainforest/index.html

Description: The rain forest is a beautiful place, teeming with life and an abundance of natural resources. Many different people depend on the rain forest for their livelihood, but it is disappearing at an alarming rate. What action must be taken? You must decide. Standard 10.10.2

Author: Toby Erikson

Lesson ID: 989

Desert Is Ours: WebQuest about the Arizona Sonoran Desert

http://coe.west.asu.edu/students/stennille/ST3/desertwq.htm

Description: Your school sience teacher wants to build a mini-desert botanical garden filled with plants, animals, reptiles, birds and rocks/minerals that can be found in Arizona. It will become the showplace of the campus. Your principal is holding a Desert Design Contest. Participants are to submit ideas to the principal. Then a panel of judges which will include teachers, students and parents will pick the best design and it will be used for the actual mini-desert botanical garden. A plaque will be placed in the garden commemorating the members of the team that designed it.

Author: Stephanie Tennille, Arizona State University

Lesson ID: 309

Marsh Market

http://www.wetland.org/mshmarkt.html

Description: In this lesson from the "Wonders of the Wetlands" book, students learn the interdependence of organisms, including humans, in the food web. Using scenarios, students predict the consequences on wetlands resources of even minor polluting events in the community. The activities easily adapt to a wide age range.

Author: Environmental Concerns Education Program

Lesson ID: 703

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