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Geoscience Online Learning Initiative

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Free informational data briefs, factsheets, and case studies that span the breadth of the geosciences.

 

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Geoscience Currents

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Check out the spectacular winning entries from Earth Science Week 2019’s art, photo, video, and essay contests.

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Earth Science Week Contest Winners

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Dunes in Arizona

window [geophys] . (a) A portion of a seismic record free from certain disturbances, i.e., where noise trains are absent. (b) The portion of a data set chosen for consideration, such as...

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GeoWord of the Day: window [geophys]

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Find out about a new initiative funded by the National Science Foundation to study how students use scientific data sets of federal agencies and other groups to learn science and mathematics.

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AGI Studies ‘Streams of Data’

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Flow of data

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GeoRef Previews Database

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