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Discovery of Sound in the Sea comprehensibly and accessibly covers nearly every aspect of marine acoustics, from the underlying science to its diverse applications. The website’s extensive audio gallery encompasses natural sounds, such as the crackling of shrimp as they snap their claws, and manmade sounds, such as the whirring of a torpedo as it nears its target.

From its vantage on NASA’s Terra satellite, the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer has been collecting high-resolution, multi-waveband images of Earth since December 1999. The ASTER Online Gallery is continually updated with new images of lakes, mountains, cities, forest fires, and so on.

Gender Issues in Science/Math Education is the name Richard Hake and Jeffry Mallow have given to their huge list of research papers on how girls and boys, men and...

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