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American Geological Institute: Earth Science Week

This comprehensive site provides a wealth of resources for celebrating Earth Science Week
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Designed to help the public gain a better understanding and appreciation for the earth sciences and to encourage stewardship of the Earth, this comprehensive site provides a wealth of resources for celebrating Earth Science Week, complete with educational materials in both English and Spanish. Teachers will find classroom activities, information on contests and Earth Science Week events, and ideas for exploring earth science topics in the classroom and outdoors. The student section offers resources for K-12 and college students, information on earth science careers, a webquest, images, and more.

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