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- Harris, C., Berkowitz, A., & Alvarado, A. (2012). Data Explorations in Ecology: Salt Pollution as a Case Study for Teaching Data Literacy. American Biology Teacher, 74(7), 479-484.*
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This project is developing a set of instructional materials that engages students, teachers, and their parents in the science of coupled natural human (CNH) systems. Teacher guides, a website and family/community materials accompany the four student modules (which focus on an urban watershed, an urban/agricultural system, Amazonia and a polar system).