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NASA's Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet website features a diverse set of resources related to the measurement, analysis, and dangers of global climate change. Interactive features include the Climate Time Machine, which allows users to go backward and forward through four different climate indicators including Sea Ice, Sea Level, Carbon Dioxide, and Global Temperature. Other resources include the water cycle, a virtual tour, and more.

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We live in the Anthropocene era. And here is the film that tells you what it means for humanity to live in a world that we totally dominate. Bullfrog Films presents ANTHROPOCENE at http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/anthro.html

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Beauty the bald eagle 3D printed prosthetic beak
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Beauty the bald eagle—who was shot in the beak in the Alaskan wild, rescued, and received a 3D printed prosthetic beak—and raptor biologist Janie Veltkamp, who led Beauty's beak team and cares for Beauty in Idaho, are featured in a new episode of Nat Geo WILD's Unlikely Animal Friends, airing Saturday, April 30 at 8PM EDT/7PM CDT/6PM MDT/5PM PDT.

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The Into the Outdoors Education Network offers free, open-source videos and lessons to educators around the world. The lessons are aligned to NGSS standards by using the EQuIP Rubric. In addition, all lessons are aligned to Common Core and Wisconsin state standards. All videos are available to download in HD with closed-captioning.

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Flipside Science is a youth-powered series that tackles complex environmental topics and empowers viewers to make a difference. Intended for middle-school audiences, Our Hungry Planet explores environmental issues related to the food we grow and eat. Videos and associated lesson plans are connected to the Next Generation Science Standards with an emphasis on engineering and design thinking.

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As one of many resources provided by Little River Research and Design, free links to videos help teach river processes and fluvial geomorphology to people of all ages. Whether in a classroom setting or a meeting with environmentalists and policymakers, these videos effectively show normally hard-to-see processes on a small scale with amazing accuracy.

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