Jess C. Porter, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Stephen J O'Connell, University of Central Arkansas
Pearson’s Encounter Series provides rich, interactive explorations of geoscience concepts through Google Earth™ activities, covering a range of topics in regional, human, and physical geography. For those who do not use MasteringGeography™, all chapter explorations are available in print workbooks, as well as in online quizzes at www.mygeoscienceplace.com, accommodating different classroom needs. Each exploration consists of a worksheet, online quizzes whose results can be emailed to teachers, and a corresponding Google Earth™ KMZ file. Series consists of:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Google EarthTM
Chapter 2: Portraying the Earth
Chapter 3: Introduction to the Atmosphere
Chapter 4: Insolation and Temperature
Chapter 5: Atmospheric Pressure and Wind
Chapter 6: Atmospheric Moisture
Chapter 7: Atmospheric Disturbances
Chapter 8: Climate & Climate Change
Chapter 9: The Hydrosphere
Chapter 10: Cycles and Patterns in the Biosphere
Chapter 11: Terrestrial Flora and Fauna
Chapter 12: Soils
Chapter 13: Landforms and Landform Studies
Chapter 14: Internal Processes
Chapter 15: Weathering and Mass Wasting
Chapter 16: Fluvial Processes
Chapter 17: Karst and Hydrothermal Processes
Chapter 18: Topography of Arid Lands
Chapter 19: Glacial Modification of Terrain
Chapter 20: Coastal Processes and Terrain
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Geography Coloring Book, 3rd Edition
©2003  | 208 pp
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