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  • In “Batter Up,” learn about how engineers designed a test to determine baseball bat breakage rates for different types of…

    Batter Up: Investigating What Type of Wood Makes the Best Baseball Bat

  • Put your feet up in the dugout and flip through “Batter Up!,” the final edition in the Time Warp Series.…

    Batter Up! (Time Warp Monograph Series) – Vol. 1 No. 17

  • In this research study, scientists try to understand the impact of termites on forest wood decomposition in the Southern United…

    Chew on This! Measuring the Impact of Termites on Forest Wood

  • Scientists can use models to simulate and predict the effects of an action. In this research in the Great Lakes…

    Full Throttle Model (Time Warp Monograph Series) – Vol. 1 No. 16

  • At the end of the “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants” article, there is a glossary of terms that were…

    Glossary Challenge – Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

  • Try this vocabulary word challenge. Fill out the provided graphic organizer answering questions about a glossary term.

    My Word! Challenge – Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

  • The 6th monograph of the Time Warp series examines research on what barriers best protect quaking aspen from browsing ungulates.…

    On The Fence (Time Warp Monograph Series) – Vol. 1 No. 15

  • The scientists in this study are conducting research on what barriers best protect quaking aspen from browsing ungulates. This contemporary…

    On the Fence: Which Barriers Protect Quaking Aspen From Ungulates?

  • Mountain pine beetles are a natural part of the environment in forests of the Western United States. However, because of…

    SPLAT! (Time Warp Monograph Series) – Vol. 1 No. 11

  • Mountain pine beetles are a natural part of the environment in forests of the Western United States. However, because of…

    SPLAT! Protecting Pine Trees in the Western United States from Beetle Attack

  • Big-leaf mahogany is a tree species known for its beautiful wood. Over time, humans have cut down many big-leaf mahogany…

    Standing On the Shoulders of Giants (Time Warp Monograph Series) Vol. 1 No. 13

  • To ensure that big-leaf mahogany harvesting is sustainable, scientists and land managers must know the conditions in which mahogany grows.…

    Standing On the Shoulders of Giants: How Well Do Big-Leaf Mahogany Trees Grow in Different Conditions?