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Traditionally held in the second full week of October, Earth Science Week encourages the understanding and promotion of earth science at local, state, national and international levels.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Islamic Azad University, in association with the university's Geology Society, is due to hold the Second Earth Sciences Conference from May 31 to June 1, 2011.
Pulling the Earth into Science is a classroom resource that takes an interdisciplinary approach to expanding Earth science content in Canadian high schools.
In 1991, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) embarked upon the extensive and comprehensive Earth Science Enterprise, a program to help us better understand what is happening on the Earth's surface.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- As teachers and students across the country celebrate this year's Earth Science Week from Oct.
The MECC team that created the CD-ROM set out to explain how systems work in the three major branches of science: physical science (like physics and chemistry) life science like biology and anatomy), and earth science (like geology and meteorology).
It would also measure sea-surface temperatures, wind speeds, ocean heights, chemical and temperature profiles of the atmosphere, cloud heights and concentrations, ice concentrations and changes in land-vegetation patterns, and would even send back the first real-time global measurements of plate-tectonic movements near faults, says Shelby Tilford, director of NASA's division of earth science and applications in Washington, D.
The window's extraordinary clarity, in addition to providing great views for astronauts at the International Space Station provides a platform for cutting-edge remote sensing Earth science.