Map showing big groundwater basins (Ogalalla, High Plains included) are in trouble.
John Cook at the University of Queensland (along with others) has produced a very good course about climate change and its denial. He also covers the consensus among scientists, and why the claims ...
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — The government has been collecting dirt — lots of it.
A close look at everyday decisions—whether or not to wear a bike helmet or cheat on bus fare—helps students learn about assessing natural hazards, mitigating risks, and setting political priorities.
Notes: You can make this sauce up to 1 week ahead; cover and chill.
Assoc of Earth Sci Editors webpage with list of recommended writing books
THIS LOOKS VERY GOOD -- USES a Google-based custom WebGIS site -- Exploring Plate boundaries with seismic data -- study plate boundaries, then use earthquake data to FIGURE OUT what causes the seismicity in East Africa!