2. Recreating rural Britain and maintaining Britishness in the Mediterranean: the Troodos Hill Station in early British Cyprus

Britain occupied Cyprus in 1878 for strategic reasons, but while these reasons were being questioned, it was decided to establish a hill station. This was the one thing that the British could agree o...

4. Five Feminist Tips for Dealing with the Media

The article can be found at: http://www.thoughtoutloud.org/2012/02/five-feminist-tips-for-dealing-with-the-media/This article provides key tips for feminists on how to attract positive news coverage. ...

5. Lecture Notes for Physical Geology (title provided or enhanced by cataloger)

This site contains informative lecture notes on twenty-one topics is physcial geology: First Look at Planet Earth, The Dynamic Earth, Atoms and Minerals, Volcanoes and Magmas, Weathering and Soils, Se...

6. Mountains in the Sea: Round and Round

In this activity, students will explore circulation cells in the vicinity of seamounts. They will be able to interpret data from a three-dimensional array of current monitors to infer an overall patte...

7. Mountains in the Sea: No Escape

In this activity, students will explore the fate of benthic invertebrate larvae in the vicinity of seamounts. They will review field data to evaluate a hypothesis about the influence of a water circul...

8. Mountains in the Sea: Journey to the Unknown

In this activity, students will experience the excitement of discovery and problem-solving to learn what organisms could live in extreme environments in the deep ocean. Students will also understand t...

9. Mountains in the Sea: Food Web Mystery

In this activity, students will focus on some unique aspects of food webs in the vicinity of seamounts. They will be able to describe typical marine food webs, and explain why food is generally scarce...

10. Mountains in the Sea: Come on Down

In this activity, students will focus on submersibles as a means of ocean exploration. They will research the development and use of research vessels/vehicles used for deep ocean exploration and calcu...

11. Mountains in the Sea: Fishy Deep-sea Designs

In this activity, students will focus on adaptations of fishes living in the mesopelagic and bathypelagic zones of the deep ocean. The students will learn about the physical location of deep water hab...

12. Mountains in the Sea: Designing Tools for Ocean Exploration

This activity will help students understand the complexity of ocean exploration. They will understand the technological applications and capabilities required for ocean exploration and the importance ...

13. Gulf of Alaska 2004: Forests of the Deep

In this activity, students explore deep-sea coral communities associated with seamounts. They will be able to explain at least three ways in which seamounts are important to biological communities, in...

14. Gulf of Alaska 2004: Iron Bugs

In this activity, students will explore the influence of microorganisms on geochemical processes. They will describe how microbial metabolism may affect the dissolution of igneous rocks, define and ex...

15. Look At That Bump

In this activity, students focus on the physical and chemical processes associated with the Charleston Bump, a series of rocky scarps, mounds, overhangs, and flat pavements that rise from more than 70...

16. The Big Burp: A Bad Day in the Paleocene

This lesson focuses on global warming and a possible connection with the Paleocene extinction event. Students will explore how a global warming episode associated with the release of methane from meth...

17. The Big Burp: Where's the Proof?

This lesson focuses on the possible release of methane from methane hydrates to the atmosphere and the potential impact of these releases on global warming, particularly how they might be involved wit...

18. Geography World - Educational and World Media

Visitors to this portal can find links to a large selection of media outlets. The outlets include television networks, individual TV programs, broadcast news organizations, newpapers, magazines, and o...

19. A Scaffolding Approach to Media Education

This site presents a brief definition of scaffolding and example of its usefulness in media education. Published by the Media Awareness Network, the summary was adapted from a posting to their listser...

20. Social (media) learning: wat moet je ermee als universiteit?

Presentation held via videoconference for the SURF ICT&O Podium group about how universities can deal with social (media) learning.Verjans, S. (2012, 2 oktober). Social (Media) Learning: wat moet je e...

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