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Biodiversity Crisis

The Biodiversity Crisis: Losing What Counts is part of the museum's essay book series, designed to give teachers, students, and general readers insight into complex science topics. Each book includes case studies, profiles, and essays by leading scientists, along with an extensive glossary.

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Cosmic Horizons

With this book, you don't need to be an astrophysicist to understand black holes, the Big Bang, dark matter, fossil microbes on Mars, neutrino observatories, the speed of light, and more! Cosmic Horizons is part of the museum's essay book series, contains the following case studies, profiles, and essays by leading scientists.

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Earth Inside and Out

Get a solid grounding in the current research about Earth's processes—from the history of Earth and plate tectonics to climate change and earthquakes. Earth: Inside and Out is part of the museum's essay book series, designed to give teachers, students, and general readers insight into complex science topics. It contains the following case studies, profiles, and essays by leading scientists.

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Climate Change: The Multiplier Effect

How much can you reduce your carbon dioxide emissions? Is it worth it? Learn how simple choices multiplied by everyone in your community can make a big difference.

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Jesup Revisited

In the past century, how much has life changed in the North Pacific? Explore this question with photographs on display in eight regional museums in the Russian far east.

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Curriculum Materials

SunScapes: Our Magnetic Star

Telescopes capture the Sun's ultraviolet light as beautiful images that are full of information about solar processes. This spectacular interactive photo gallery portrays the turbulent Sun in action.

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Activity, Online Resource

Online Field Journals

A set of activities for young children to explore the wonders of nature with the help of an adult.

Educator Materials

Macmillan/McGraw Hill Science 2008

A special collection of the American Museum of Natural History's Resources for Learning, created to enhance the Macmillan McGraw-Hill Science 2008 textbooks.

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