How High? Clouds and their relative heights
Here’s an infotoon on the heights of clouds. When you see a cloud in the sky, how high is it? Here’s a relative chart that can help approximate what kinds of clouds those are and roughly how high i…
Atmosphere layers of earth
The atmosphere of the Earth serves as a key factor in sustaining the planetary ecosystem. The thin layer of gases that envelops the Earth is held in place by the planet's gravity.
Van mug tot olifant, Ingrid Schubert | 9789060699393 | Boeken
Van mug tot olifant (Hardcover). 'Katten, konijnen en muizen kennen we allemaal, maar wie heeft er wel eens een neusaap gezien? Of een vliegende...
Pubpages has been retired
Starting in at least 1996, and maybe earlier, the University of New Hampshire has had a service to allow students, faculty, and staff to have a personal home page. Pubpages was the home of many a student homework assignment along with personal sites from faculty and staff about their research work, teaching, and personal interests.
Phoenix Voyage Home
Change the world for the better! The products you choose, thcauses you support and the ways in which you get involved can have real positive impact on the environment, ecology and the health of everyone we share this planet with.
Gallery of Full-sized, Full Color Art for Licensing BIOMES
Exploring Nature Science Education Resource - Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science Resources for Students and Teachers K-12
The evolutionary history of the extinct ratite moa and New Zealand Neogene paleogeography
The ratite moa (Aves: Dinornithiformes) were a speciose group of massive graviportal avian herbivores that dominated the New Zealand (NZ) ecosystem until their extinction ≈600 years ago. The phylogeny and evolutionary history of this morphologically diverse order has remained controversial since their initial description in 1839. We synthesize mitochondrial phylogenetic information from 263 subfossil moa specimens from across NZ with morphological, ecological, and new geological data to…