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  • The tree line is the edge of a habitat at which trees are capable of growing. In this study, the…

    Back to the Future: Using Dead Trees to Predict Future Climates

  • Test your knowledge on agriculture, habitats, and drought.

    Crossword Puzzle – Natural IQ Climate Change

  • The scientists in this study were interested in environmental changes occuring in the Southern United States. The scientists were interested…

    Everything but the Carbon Sink: Carbon Storage in the Southern United States

  • Results from “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire” showed that specific climate conditions were linked to very large wildland fires. The…

    FACTivity – Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

  • Successfully predicting where and when wildfires might occur is important. This prediction is important because of possible environmental and economic…

    Fire and Water: Predicting Future Wildfires in a Changing Climate

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students meet…

    Meet Ms. Laseter!

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students meet…

    Meet Ms. Laseter! – Spanish

  • Welcome to the Natural IQ- a sister publication of Natural Inquirer. Natural IQ is a regional publication. This edition focuses…

    Natural IQ Climate Change – Vol. 1 No. 1

  • Nonpoint source pollution is pollution coming from widely developed areas, such as farms or cities. However, nonpoint source pollution can…

    Spotlight – Time Warp: Full Throttle Model

  • In this activity, you will use a rain gauge to measure precipitation over a period of time. Included are instructions…

    Try This! – Meet Ms. Laseter!

  • In this activity, you will use a rain gauge to measure precipitation over a period of time. Included are instructions…

    Try This! – Meet Ms. Laseter! (Spanish)

  • When snow melts or rain falls, some of the water runs off into streams or rivers. Most of the water,…

    Under Where? Underground Water and Its Contribution to Streams