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  • The Caves and Karst edition of Natural Inquirer examines research on a variety of topics including white-nose syndrome in bats,…

    Caves and Karst Natural Inquirer – Vol. 20 No. 1

  • A world of wonder awaits just below the surface, and this distance learning adventure explores these amazing places. Specially adapted…

    Caves LIVE

  • After reading the Caves and Karst Edition of Natural Inquirer, test your knowledge with an eyeChallenge. Examine each image taken…

    eyeChallenge – Caves and Karst

  • In this FACTivity, you will think about how you live and what artifacts you would like an archaeologist to find…

    FACTivity – The Whole Kit and Kaboodle

  • This lesson plan can be paired with any of the cultural essays from the Hawai’i-Pacific Islands edition of Natural Inquirer.…

    Lesson Plan – Cultural Essay

  • Kit’n’Kaboodle Cave was rediscovered in 1992 by a team from the USDA Forest Service. This cave and others in this…

    The Whole Kit and Kaboodle: Exploring the Relationship Between Land Otters, Tlingit People, and Kit’n’Kaboodle Cave

  • Dr. Marla Emery uses qualitative methods to study foraging in cities and forests in the United States.

    Urban Foraging with Dr. Marla Emery

  • “Caves LIVE: Live Q&A from Luray Caverns” was videotaped live from Luray Caverns in Virginia. Scientists answered student-submitted questions about…

    Video – Caves LIVE: Live Q&A from Luray Caverns