The following activity involves learning how water moves through rock materials such as sand, gravel, and clay.
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An Earth Science Week Houston classroom activity.
As a citizen scientist, you can use a soil test kit to find out how much of each type of chemical is in your soil.
Imagine playing beside the ocean, when suddenly, the water drops. Where the water used to be, there are wriggling fish and ribbons of seaweed. What do you do?
All living things depend on soil to live. But how much soil is there?
In this activity, you’ll make a model of how natural gas might be formed from decaying organic material.
In this activity, plot data found on the National Hurricane Center website to track the path of the hurricane storms.
The goal of this activity is to identify the watershed you live in, the source of water you use at home and the pathway of surface water runoff in your watershed.
In this investigation, you will explore the characteristics of various types of rocks.