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September 25, 2009


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Chesapeake Bay is an excellent place to hold this educational event. Is it possible for children out of the area to take part in this?

Jeff Goldstein

This Earth Science Week's focus is on understanding climate. We are now 2 months out from the all important UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. It is a likely last opportunity for the world to come together on global warming in advance of the Kyoto Protocol expiration.

My Center is using Earth Science Week to kick off 2 months of climate education. Featured at Blog on the Universe are posts on Earth's environment and climate change that are great for the general public, and can also be used as lessons in the classroom.

Read them with a cup of coffee.

See: http://twttr.me/06O

Jeff Goldstein, Center Director
National Center for Earth and Space Science Education

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Its a great concept of letting the kids experience it first hand so that they will have an idea of what to expect.

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I took the Earth Science Regents lab practical last week but it was 2008?
So I took the Earth Science Regents lab practical about a week ago and the test booklet had "2008" in front of it

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Geology describes the rocky parts of the Earth's crust (or lithosphere) and its historic development. Major subdisciplines are mineralogy

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Geophysics and Geodesy investigate the shape of the Earth, its reaction to forces and its magnetic and gravity field

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Beneath the Earth's crust lies the mantle which is heated by the radioactive decay of heavy elements. The mantle is not quite solid and consists of magma which is in a state of semi-perpetual convection.

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Areas of the crust where new crust is created are called divergent boundaries, and areas of the crust where it is brought back into the earth are called convergent boundaries. Earthquakes result from the movement of the lithospheric plates, and they often occur near covergent boundaries where parts of the crust are forced into the earth as part of subduction

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