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Website: Canadian Wildlife Federation - Looks at the impact of plastic in marine environments, the role humans play in this cycle and the consequences that result.

Website: Canadian Wildlife Federation - Looks at the impact of plastic in marine environments, the role humans play in this cycle and the consequences that result.

Focusing on the work of University of Montana professor Richard Hutto, this book tells the story of how dozens of species of birds use the burn areas of wildfires. At least 15 bird species prefer burned forests to all other habitats.

Focusing on the work of University of Montana professor Richard Hutto, this book tells the story of how dozens of species of birds use the burn areas of wildfires. At least 15 bird species prefer burned forests to all other habitats.

Scientists seek to answer the critical question "Can snowshoe hares and other animals that change their coat color each winter adapt to shorter winters caused by climate change? Gr.4-7

Scientists seek to answer the critical question "Can snowshoe hares and other animals that change their coat color each winter adapt to shorter winters caused by climate change? Gr.4-7

More than 250 years ago, William Playfair, while writing a book about economics, innovative vision inspired an idea that would set him apart: he created the first modern line graph. These infographic inventions provided a way for numbers to be seen as pictures, which made them easier to understand and to remember- thus changing the way the world would interact with data forever. Gr.1-4

More than 250 years ago, William Playfair, while writing a book about economics, innovative vision inspired an idea that would set him apart: he created the first modern line graph. These infographic inventions provided a way for numbers to be seen as pictures, which made them easier to understand and to remember- thus changing the way the world would interact with data forever. Gr.1-4

Website: Canada West: The Last Best West; National Archives of Canada C-30620. Four posters advertising settling in western Canada.

Website: Canada West: The Last Best West; National Archives of Canada C-30620. Four posters advertising settling in western Canada.

WEBSITE: Flocabulary - Educational Hip-Hop: Do you want to be a rock star? First, you need to know the three types of rocks: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. In this video, you’ll learn how each type of rock forms, how to identify a rock’s type and how the processes of the rock cycle can move sediment and change one type of rock into another.

WEBSITE: Flocabulary - Educational Hip-Hop: Do you want to be a rock star? First, you need to know the three types of rocks: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. In this video, you’ll learn how each type of rock forms, how to identify a rock’s type and how the processes of the rock cycle can move sediment and change one type of rock into another.

WEBSITE: Flocabulary - Educational Hip-Hop: Do you want to be a rock star? First, you need to know the three types of rocks: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. In this video, you’ll learn how each type of rock forms, how to identify a rock’s type and how the processes of the rock cycle can move sediment and change one type of rock into another.

WEBSITE: Flocabulary - Educational Hip-Hop: Do you want to be a rock star? First, you need to know the three types of rocks: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. In this video, you’ll learn how each type of rock forms, how to identify a rock’s type and how the processes of the rock cycle can move sediment and change one type of rock into another.

Gr.3-8: James Castle was born two months premature on September 25, 1899, on a farm in Garden Valley, Idaho. He was deaf, mute, autistic, and probably dyslexic. He didn't walk until he was four; he would never learn to speak, write, read, or use sign language. Yet, today Castle's artwork hangs in major museums throughout the world.

Silent Days, Silent Dreams by Allen Say This is a picture book biography of James Castle, an artist who lived in Idaho. But it is so much more than a biography, thanks to the work a…

DVD: Water's physical properties: The natural setting and the lab are integrated to emphasize the high specific heat capacity of water, and the importance of water in moderating the Earth's climate. Gr.9-12

DVD: Water's physical properties: The natural setting and the lab are integrated to emphasize the high specific heat capacity of water, and the importance of water in moderating the Earth's climate. Gr.9-12

The direct relationship between our actions and the earth is too often ignored. But the seemingly insignificant things we do every day have the power to literally alter the landscape in the ongoing battle to resuscitate the planet. Kostigen shows us what may well be a glimpse of our future in Linfen City, China, one of the most polluted places on the planet. From a garbage patch twice the size of Texas in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, to the melting Arctic ice cap...

The direct relationship between our actions and the earth is too often ignored. But the seemingly insignificant things we do every day have the power to literally alter the landscape in the ongoing battle to resuscitate the planet. Kostigen shows us what may well be a glimpse of our future in Linfen City, China, one of the most polluted places on the planet. From a garbage patch twice the size of Texas in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, to the melting Arctic ice cap...

The day of the twelve-storey wave : grinding glaciers, howling hurricanes, spewing volcanoes and other awesome forces of nature by Diane Swanson

The day of the twelve-storey wave : grinding glaciers, howling hurricanes, spewing volcanoes and other awesome forces of nature by Diane Swanson

More than a tribute to the Arctic Circle, Latreille's book covers the growing threat to the North Pole's very existence-global warming-and documents this phenomenon's devastating effects, specifically the melting of the North Pole's ice fields and gradual diminishing of its massive glaciers.

More than a tribute to the Arctic Circle, Latreille's book covers the growing threat to the North Pole's very existence-global warming-and documents this phenomenon's devastating effects, specifically the melting of the North Pole's ice fields and gradual diminishing of its massive glaciers.