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Hogan holding a 117 cm taimen—which have undergone massive declines due to habitat loss,
pollution, and overfishing—in the Eg-Uur river in northern Mongolia .
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TRIED AND TRUE
Earth’s reflection: Albedo
by Brandon Gillette and Cheri Hamilton
ave you ever walked outside on a sunny
winter morning to look at the freshly fallen
snow If so, I h...
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Edited by Maureen McMahon,
Patricia Simmons, Randy Sommers,
Diane DeBaets, and Frank Crawley
National Association for Research in Science Teaching
Claire Reinburg, Director
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by John A. Craven III and Tracy Hogan
John A. Craven III is an assistant professor at
Queens College/City University of New York in
Flushing. Tracy Hogan, formerly an eighth grade
Earth science t...
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A F T E R
If you have ever taken a eld trip to a natural history
museum or an aquarium, you may have noticed in the gift
shop a display of fossil ...
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