Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Free Podcasts from National Geographic

The latest nature and science news, eye-opening photography, audio travel guides, classic video clips, world music coverage, and wild animal adventures with National Geographic's free podcasts.

National Geographic News
Listen to the week's top nature and science news, interviews with innovators, audio quizzes and a little feature we call Photos on the Radio.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 15-20 minutes


Traveler Magazine's Walks of a Lifetime
Narrated by radio and television travel authority Rudy Maxa, and written and selected by the editors of National Geographic Traveler, "50 Walks of a Lifetime" is a showcase of the world's greatest walking tours. From great urban explorations and country rambles to wilderness treks and perambulations in paradise, these are discoveries every traveler should make before hanging up their walking shoes.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 20-30 minutes

National Geographic World Talk
Interviews from around the globe with the world's most compelling scientists, explorers, photographers, and thinkers.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 15-18 minutes

Wild Chronicles (Video)
A voyage of discovery of our natural world with National Geographic researchers, adventurers and some innovative scientists who strap cameras on animals to see what happens.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 5-7 minutes

The Best of National Geographic Magazine
Explore Earth's deepest trench. Discover Africa on foot. Go inside your DNA. Get the best of 118 years of adventure, and meet the cultures and creatures that inhabit our globe in this series of podcasts, including our award-winning Sights & Sounds.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 7-10 minutes

Afropop Worldwide
National Geographic presents Afropop Worldwide, featuring lively and in-depth reportage on the music and culture of Africa and the Americas. Explore the transatlantic connections that link Brazil with Angola, Mali with Memphis, and Cuba with the Congo.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 6-12 minutes

National Geographic Video Shorts
Watch videos from National Geographic, including Mysteries of Lost Civilizations, the World's Most Unusual Foods, Extreme Healing, the World's Toughest Jobs, Spotlights of countries around the world, and more!
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 5 minutes


National Geographic's Atmosphere
National Geographic's Atmosphere gives you the ability to transform your home, work, or travel environment into an exotic ambient setting. It's not quite as cool as teletransporting, but it's close.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 5-20 minutes


World Music Spotlight (Video)
Meet the artists behind the music. Featuring one-on-one interviews with superstars from around the globe. From Brazilian crooners to Senegalese superstars and more, Spotlight lets the musicians speak for themselves.
Updates: Monthly
Duration: 3-7 minutes


World Music Profiles
Unearth the latest trends in world music, from Cuban ska to Cambodian rock. Featuring interviews and music, Profiles gives the stage to emerging artists from around the globe.
Updates: New every Friday
Duration: 3-5 minutes


Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans

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Other Lesson Plans: K-2 | 3-5 | 6-8 | 9-12 | Complete List

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Greeting Friends From Other Places 1 K-2
Introduction to Latitude and Longitude 1 K-2
Mars Mobiles 1 K-2
No Magic Borders 1 K-2
The Land of the Inca 1 K-2
The Middle East Region: Flags and Facts 1 K-2
What's So Key About a Keystone Species? 1 K-2
Alike and Different: The Middle East and the United States 1 3-5
Comparing the Continents 1 3-5
Living Through a Drought 1 3-5
Martian Real Estate: A Good Investment? 1 3-5
Planning a Road Trip 1 3-5
Where Were the U.S. Presidents Born? 1 3-5
Africa's Struggle With AIDS 1 6-8
Chimps, Humans, Thumbs, and Tools 1 6-8
Contour Maps With DOGSTAILS 1 6-8
GIS: Helping to Save the African Wild 1 6-8
Latitude, Longitude, and Mapmaking 1 6-8
Mapping Mars 1 6-8
Oil and Water in the Middle East Region 1 6-8
Seeing the Human Impact on Africa: What Can You Learn From a Plane? 1 6-8
To the Ends of the Earth: Research in Polar Seas 1 6-8
What Makes a Group? 1 6-8
A Look at the Population Density of the United States 1 9-12
AIDS in Africa I: The Scope of the Problem 1 9-12
AIDS in Africa II: More Than Sympathy 1 9-12
Daily Life in the Middle East 1 9-12
Geographic Technology Assisting African Conservation 1 9-12
Map Projections 1 9-12
Map Projections and Careers in Geography 1 9-12
The Technology of Mars Exploration 1 9-12
Through the Eyes of a Refugee 1 9-12
Twister Tracking 1 9-12
Getting Lost 2 K-2
Over the River and Through the Woods: Traveling By Memory 2 K-2
Be a Geography Detective 2 3-5
Mental Map of Your Classroom 2 3-5
Which Direction Should I Go? 2 3-5
How Do We Find Our Way? 2 6-8
School Space: An Analysis of Map Perceptions 2 6-8
Animals versus People: Who's the Better Navigator? 2 9-12
Urban Daydreams: You Should See What I See 2 9-12
Beautiful Blue Nile 3 K-2
Explore Your State With Maps 3 K-2
Insects We Love and Hate 3 K-2
Where in the U.S. Would You Want to Live? 3 K-2
World View: National Anthems Around the World 3 K-2
Fleas! 3 3-5
Geography of Pizza 3 3-5
Make State Maps With MapMachine 3 3-5
River Sources and Stories 3 3-5
The United States at Night 3 3-5
What We Can Learn From Maps 3 3-5
Assessing Political Boundaries 3 6-8
Don't Be Fooled by a Photograph 3 6-8
Drought, Famine, and Geographic Diversity 3 6-8
Explore the Spatial Patterns of Your Hometown 3 6-8
How Can Maps Help? 3 6-8
Using Maps in Ocean Research 3 6-8
What's Happening in Darfur? 3 6-8
Where in the World Would You Like to Live? 3 6-8
Cultural Icons: Voices of their Nations 3 9-12
Darfur and the Janjaweed 3 9-12
International Trade in a Global Village 3 9-12
Maps and Current Events 3 9-12
The Nile in Crisis 3 9-12
What Can We Learn From Satellite Images? 3 9-12
Exploring Physical and Human Characteristics of Earth's Spaces 4 K-2
Life on the Rivers of Asia 4 K-2
Regions of a Grocery Store 4 K-2
Take Off on the MegaFlyover Project! 4 K-2
The Chesapeake Bay Watershed: A Timeline of Change, a Model for Change 4 K-2
Those Fussy Dinosaurs! 4 K-2
To Build an Island 4 K-2
What's Your Favorite Place? 4 K-2
You Can Climb Any Mountain 4 K-2
City or Country Life? 4 3-5
Creatures and Features in America's Backyard 4 3-5
How Are Islands Formed? 4 3-5
Lewis and Clark: Building a Lasting Legacy 4 3-5
Locator Booth: Mapping South America 4 3-5
Mark Twain's Cave 4 3-5
Marketplaces of Asia 4 3-5
Regional Foods 4 3-5
The Chesapeake Bay Watershed: Past, Present, and Future 4 3-5
The Geography of Ascent 4 3-5
Why Does Africa Need National Parks? 4 3-5
Wonderworld Theme Park 4 3-5
Your Special Town 4 3-5
Climbing Mount Everest: Then and Now 4 6-8
Coral Bleaching: Making Our Oceans Whiter 4 6-8
Culture Shock 4 6-8
International Food Court 4 6-8
Lewis and Clark: A Legacy to Remember 4 6-8
Regional Guidebook 4 6-8
The Chesapeake Bay: A Model for Change 4 6-8
What Does a Picture Tell You About Culture? 4 6-8
Defining Regions of the United States 4 9-12
Island Culture and Vulnerability 4 9-12
Perception of Place 4 9-12
Physical Characteristics of Places: The Fossil Record 4 9-12
Places and Processes: Physical Processes in Shaping Places 4 9-12
The Chesapeake Bay: A Time for Change 4 9-12
The Physical and Mental Effects of Climbing 4 9-12
Two Ancient Cities 4 9-12
Water, Water Everywhere 4 9-12
A Vacation to the Polar Regions 5 K-2
Mission Geography: Continents 5 K-2
Using Maps to See Regions 5 K-2
Expedition to the Poles 5 3-5
Mission Geography: USA 5 3-5
Satellite Spyglass: Formal, Functional and Perceptual Regions 5 3-5
Investigating Central Asia Through Maps 5 6-8
Mission Geography: Europe 5 6-8
Spatial Organization: Identification of Functional Regions 5 6-8
What Do People Know About the Arctic and Antarctic? 5 6-8
What Is Asia? 5 6-8
Environmental Issues in the Polar Regions 5 9-12
GeoSpy 5 9-12
Regional Layers: Low-Tech Geographic Information Systems 5 9-12
Barbaloot Suits: Preserving Biodiversity 6 K-2
Culture Goggles: Same Holy Land, Different Holidays 6 K-2
Geotourism: Be a Friend to Our Parks 6 K-2
Jimmy Chin Sees Adventure: What Do You See? 6 K-2
King Tut's Treasures 6 K-2
Mapping What Matters 6 K-2
Who Sees the Seas as Important? 6 K-2
Ancient Egypt: Stories and Myths 6 3-5
Cultural Symbols and the Characteristics of Place 6 3-5
Geotourism: Friendly Destinations 6 3-5
Jimmy Chin's Adventure in Extreme Photography 6 3-5
Lewis and Clark: Facing Challenges—Real and Imagined 6 3-5
Lewis and Clark: Same Place, Different Perspectives 6 3-5
Preservation is Important? Says Who? 6 3-5
Underwater Study: Marine Biology 6 3-5
Cultural Symbols and the Characteristics of Place 6 6-8
Extreme Photography: Life through the Lens of Jimmy Chin 6 6-8
Geo-friendly Travel: Destination Honduras 6 6-8
Preservation Issues: Competing Interests 6 6-8
About a Tree: The Life and Work of Emerging Explorer Mark Olson 6 9-12
Geotourism: Honduras as a Working Model 6 9-12
Gestures, Signals, and Sign Language 6 9-12
Jimmy Chin's Extreme Photography: Both Sides of the Lens 6 9-12
Slang: Are You Sure We're All Speaking English? 6 9-12
The Evolution of Cultural Landscape 6 9-12
The Spread of Buddhism 6 9-12
Your Hometown: A Teenage Perspective 6 9-12
Big Island Pool: Igneous Rocks and the Anatomy of a Volcano 7 K-2
El Niño: More Than Just Hot Air? 7 K-2
How's the Weather Today? 7 K-2
Introduction to Waves 7 K-2
Introduction to the Grand Canyon 7 K-2
Prepare Yourself! 7 K-2
Splish, Splash: Water's Journey to My Glass 7 K-2
Why It's Essential 7 K-2
How Was the Grand Canyon Formed? 7 3-5
The Active Earth 7 3-5
The Eye of the Hurricane 7 3-5
The Sun and the Earth 7 3-5
Wave Heights 7 3-5
We're in Hot Water Now: Hydrothermal Vents 7 3-5
Deep-Sea Geysers: Hydrothermal Vents 7 6-8
Delving into the Grand Canyon 7 6-8
Desert Graphics 7 6-8
Finding Monster Waves 7 6-8
Rain: Friend or Foe? 7 6-8
Recording the Changing Seasons in Ancient Times 7 6-8
Saved by a Shark 7 6-8
What Happened to Whom? 7 6-8
Climate and CO2: Analyzing their Relationship 7 9-12
Earthquakes: A Whole Lot of Quakin' Goin' On 7 9-12
Layers of the Grand Canyon 7 9-12
Seasons: Why It's Essential 7 9-12
Volcano Hazards: Describing a Dangerous Mix 7 9-12
Wave Properties 7 9-12
What's Up With the Weather? 7 9-12
Alligators and Crocodiles 8 K-2
Designing a Native Plants Garden 8 K-2
Elementary Ecosystems 8 K-2
Fish Aren't Afraid of the Dark! 8 K-2
Little Red Riding Hood Meets—A Golden Retriever? 8 K-2
The Antarctic Food Chain 8 K-2
The Incredible Prairie Picture Show 8 K-2
Who Am I? 8 K-2
Antarctica: A Cold Desert Ecosystem 8 3-5
Aquarium Habitats 8 3-5
Changing With the Tide 8 3-5
Design a Regional "Eco Park" 8 3-5
Does the Hammer Help? 8 3-5
Dugongs and Elephants—Cousins? 8 3-5
Eco-Cycle: Finding the Parts of an Ecosystem 8 3-5
Ferocious Felines 8 3-5
Geographical Dog Show 8 3-5
How Do Leopard Seals Hunt? 8 3-5
Lighting Up the Sea 8 3-5
People and Endangered Species 8 3-5
Pilot Whales' Place in the Ocean 8 3-5
Sable Island's Seals, Sharks, and Sand Lances 8 3-5
The Ocean and Human Medicine 8 3-5
The Water Column: Where Do Ocean Animals Belong? 8 3-5
Weather Complaints 8 3-5
What Did They Eat? 8 3-5
What Do We Know About Nurse Shark Mating? 8 3-5
Which Turtle for the Tiger Shark? 8 3-5
Why Do Whales Make Sounds? 8 3-5
Are Hammerheads a Keystone Species? 8 6-8
Bioluminescence: Living Light 8 6-8
Can You Hear a Whale? 8 6-8
Climate Controls 8 6-8
Competition on Sable Island 8 6-8
Crocs, Then and Now 8 6-8
DNA and Endangered Species 8 6-8
Dugongs, Elephants, and Evolution 8 6-8
Everyday Explorers: Investigate! 8 6-8
From Wolf to Woof 8 6-8
Harvesting the Ocean for Medical Science 8 6-8
Kings of the Kalahari 8 6-8
Leopard Seals and Penguins: A Delicate Balance 8 6-8
Microclimate in the Schoolyard 8 6-8
Photosynthesis, Trees, and the Greenhouse Effect 8 6-8
Pilot Whales' Social Behavior 8 6-8
Postcards from the Edge: Endangered Species 8 6-8
Solving the Sea Turtle Mystery 8 6-8
The Antarctic Ecosystem: Where Would It Be Without Krill? 8 6-8
Using Venn Diagrams to Compare Two Ecosystems 8 6-8
Water Column Mix-Up 8 6-8
Why Preserve Biodiversity? 8 6-8
Why Study Nurse Shark Mating? 8 6-8
Biomagnification in the Great Lakes Ecosystems 8 9-12
Can Captive Breeding Save Species? 8 9-12
Maybe Not-So-Fine Feathered Friends? 8 9-12
Survival of the Fittest? 8 9-12
The Human Role in Dog Evolution 8 9-12
The Pros and Cons of Artificial Reefs 8 9-12
Weather and Agriculture 8 9-12
What's the Hammer For? 8 9-12
Wildlife Conflicts 8 9-12
Arctic Terns From North to South 9 K-2
Beluga Whales in the Ice 9 K-2
Caribou Migration 9 K-2
Elephant Seals on the Beach 9 K-2
How Do You Like a Crowd? 9 K-2
Human Migration: The Story of a Community 9 K-2
Leatherback Sea Turtles and Their Special Compasses 9 K-2
Migration: Why We Move 9 K-2
Pacific Salmon 9 K-2
Whooping Cranes and Their Human Friends 9 K-2
Wildebeest Migration 9 K-2
How Crowded Are Our States? 9 3-5
Human Migration: The Story of a Community's Culture 9 3-5
Migration: Reasons to Move 9 3-5
Top Ten Cities 9 3-5
Human Migration: The Story of the Cultural Landscape 9 6-8
Interpreting Population Statistics 9 6-8
Migration: A First-hand Perspective 9 6-8
Migration: Why People Move 9 6-8
Population Pyramids and Us 9 6-8
Connecting the Dots: Genographic's Markers in Context 9 9-12
Genographic's Legacy: Preservation and Projections 9 9-12
Genographic: Mapping the Human Journey 9 9-12
Genographic: Permanent Markers 9 9-12
Human Migration Within and Into the United States 9 9-12
Migration Station: Should We Stay or Should We Go? 9 9-12
Population Issues in China and India 9 9-12
Life in the Mountains 10 K-2
Modern Culture 10 K-2
Weeping Camel: Finding Rituals in Our Daily Lives 10 K-2
Xpeditions Express: City Scavenger Hut 10 K-2
A Nepalese Village and Your Town: What's the Difference? 10 3-5
Ancient Worlds Workshop: Egypt 10 3-5
Cultural Connections: The Tapestry of Life 10 3-5
Fairy Tales, Then and Now 10 3-5
Inca Artifacts 10 3-5
Mapping Your State's Culture 10 3-5
The Travels of Ibn Battuta 10 3-5
Weeping Camel: What is a Ritual? 10 3-5
Comparing Cultures 10 6-8
Culture in the Cupboard 10 6-8
Fast Food Around the World 10 6-8
Pygmies, Pictures, and Poetry 10 6-8
Religion and Belief Systems in Asia 10 6-8
Religion and Spirituality in Nepal 10 6-8
Weeping Camel: How Do Rituals Compare? 10 6-8
Cultural Characteristics Influence a Region's Character 10 9-12
Globalization 10 9-12
Is a Smile Always Just a Smile? 10 9-12
Pygmies: Getting Right to the Point 10 9-12
Responsible Tourism in Nepal 10 9-12
Weeping Camel: Common Characteristics of Rituals 10 9-12
Trade and Transportation in the United States 11 K-2
"On the Road Again": Moving People, Products, and Ideas 11 3-5
Rail Traffic Controller 11 3-5
Where Do Your Belongings Come From? 11 3-5
"Ad-ing" to Geography 11 6-8
Can the Chiru Be Saved? 11 6-8
Commerce in the Indian Ocean 11 6-8
Products Across Borders 11 6-8
Estuaries: Finding the Balance 11 9-12
The Spread of AIDS 11 9-12
Where Should I Build My Business? 11 9-12
You've Got Oil … or Maybe You Don't 11 9-12
Interpreting Rock Art of the Anasazi 12 K-2
Traditional Towns and Modern Suburbs 12 K-2
Design Your Own Suburb 12 3-5
Nomads: Where Boundaries Move 12 3-5
Paris Scope 12 3-5
There's No Place Like Home 12 3-5
Animals of the Nomads 12 6-8
Cities in Asia 12 6-8
Planning a New Town 12 6-8
Predators Among Us 12 6-8
What to Do About Sprawl 12 6-8
Changing Boundaries in Pre-colonial Asia to the Present 12 9-12
Life on the Edge: Cities on the Fringe 12 9-12
Sprawl: The National and Local Situation 12 9-12
Personal Boundaries and Forbidden Places 13 K-2
Submarines: The Classroom Fleet 13 K-2
What's Your Territory? 13 K-2
Why Do We Have an American Flag? 13 K-2
Charting Countries of the World 13 3-5
Submarines: The Journey of K-19 13 3-5
The Legacy of Pearl Harbor 13 3-5
Unions and Alliances 13 3-5
What's it Like to Live Along a National Boundary? 13 3-5
Advisory Board 13 6-8
Famous Boundaries 13 6-8
Getting Involved in War 13 6-8
Lewis and Clark: "The Object of This Mission" 13 6-8
Public Lands: Preserve or Develop? 13 6-8
Submarines: A Heated Competition in a Cold War 13 6-8
The Pros and Cons of Transnational Alliances 13 6-8
The Shape of Things to Come 13 6-8
International Alliances 13 9-12
Submarines: Underway on Nuclear Power 13 9-12
The United States/Mexico Border 13 9-12
Understanding Wilderness 13 9-12
Was the United States Ready for Pearl Harbor? 13 9-12
Yours, Mine, and Ours: Determining Boundaries 13 9-12
Can We Keep the Lake Clean? 14 K-2
Crane Cam! 14 K-2
Forest Features 14 K-2
Getting to Know the Chesapeake Bay Watershed 14 K-2
Our National Parks: Recreation and Preservation 14 K-2
Protecting Africa's Wildlife 14 K-2
Right Whales and People 14 K-2
Sharks: Should They Be Afraid of Us? 14 K-2
Taking Care of Our Oceans 14 K-2
What Are Manatees? 14 K-2
Are Sharks As Dangerous As We Think They Are? 14 3-5
Bird Baths: Cleaning Up Wildlife After Oil Spills 14 3-5
Crane Cam: Conservation and Community 14 3-5
People and African Animals 14 3-5
Really Wild Animals: Will People Change Them Forever? 14 3-5
Responsible Whale Watching 14 3-5
The Aral Sea: Then and Now 14 3-5
The Garden 14 3-5
What Can We Learn from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed? 14 3-5
A Trip to the Beach? 14 6-8
Aquatic Invaders 14 6-8
Crane Cam: Conservation and Economics 14 6-8
Fallout from Chornobyl 14 6-8
Health Indicators in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed 14 6-8
Invasive Species 14 6-8
Liquid Density and Oil Spills 14 6-8
Research and Conservation: Doing the Legwork 14 6-8
Rivers: Lifelines of the Land 14 6-8
Threats to Ocean Life: Can Marine Sanctuaries Help? 14 6-8
Who Pays the Price When a Sea Disappears? 14 6-8
Working Together for the Manatee 14 6-8
Changing Nature's Course: A Look at the Kissimmee River 14 9-12
Coastal Development 14 9-12
Contaminants in the Water Cycle 14 9-12
Crane Cam: Intended and Unintended Effects of Conservation Efforts 14 9-12
Great Barrier Reef 14 9-12
Household Hazardous Waste 14 9-12
Human Impacts in the African Rain Forest: What Can We Do? 14 9-12
Making the Grade: Health Indicators in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed 14 9-12
Sharks: Setting the Record Straight 14 9-12
The Aral Sea: What's Happening to Whom? 14 9-12
The Best Hope for Northern Right Whales 14 9-12
Water Resources in Asia: Changes and Challenges 14 9-12
The Rhythm of Rice Production 15 K-2
The Three Little Pigs in Earthquake Land 15 K-2
What is a Tornado? 15 K-2
Earthquakes and Volcanoes 15 3-5
If a Tree Falls in the Forest... 15 3-5
Living Landscapes: Are You a Disaster? 15 3-5
Oh, Give Me a Home 15 3-5
Twister! What to Do in a Tornado 15 3-5
Lewis and Clark: Native American Contributions 15 6-8
Lewis and Clark: Overcoming Obstacles 15 6-8
Natural Hazard Risks in the United States 15 6-8
Natural Hazards: Same Forces, Different Impacts 15 6-8
Sister Storms: Children of the Tropical Seas 15 6-8
The Impact of Natural Hazards Around the World 15 6-8
The Land and Lifestyle of the Inca 15 6-8
The Ocean and Weather: El Niño and La Niña 15 6-8
Tracking Tornadoes 15 6-8
When Natural Hazards Become Human Disasters 15 6-8
Crossing Boundaries: The Environment, Disease, and Conflict in Asia 15 9-12
The Great Plains: A Harsh Welcome to Settlers 15 9-12
The Ring of Fire 15 9-12
Tornadoes and Technology 15 9-12
Everything Comes From Something 16 K-2
Spices of the World 16 K-2
What Would You Work Hard For? 16 K-2
Create a Wetland Scene 16 3-5
From Boomtown to Ghost Town 16 3-5
Lewis and Clark: Why Explore the Vast Unknown? 16 3-5
Prairie-Chicken Pageant 16 3-5
Spices in Your Favorite Foods 16 3-5
Rich, Poor, or Somewhere in the Middle 16 6-8
Spice Geography 16 6-8
Sushi Bar: You, Me, Sushi 16 6-8
Where Do Your Possessions Come From? 16 6-8
A Web of Resources 16 9-12
Gold: From the Mine to You 16 9-12
Natural Resources Extraction 16 9-12
New World Influences on Asia 16 9-12
The Great Energy Debate 16 9-12
Wild Horses: Public Property? 16 9-12
A Pirate's Life 17 K-2
Ancient Flood Stories 17 K-2
Back in the Olden Days 17 K-2
Bipedalism—Did Hominids Ride Bikes? 17 K-2
Dinosaur Bodies 17 K-2
Finding Your Way: The Underground Railroad 17 K-2
Mummies: Honoring the Dead 17 K-2
Olympic Competition 17 K-2
The Dig: Them Bones 17 K-2
Building a Greek Subway Museum 17 3-5
Deep-Sea Technology 17 3-5
Genealogical Atlases 17 3-5
How Do Scientists Find Dinosaur Fossils? 17 3-5
Mummies and the Desert 17 3-5
One If By Land, and Two If By Sea! 17 3-5
Paleoanthropology—What is Bipedalism? 17 3-5
Pirate Map 17 3-5
Quilting: The Story of the Underground Railroad 17 3-5
Sharing Your Town's History 17 3-5
Clues From the Black Sea 17 6-8
Fleas and the Black Death 17 6-8
Geography Matters in History 17 6-8
Greek and Roman Land Use: What Was the Difference? 17 6-8
Making a Mummy the Natural Way 17 6-8
Paleoanthropology—A Complex Career Choice 17 6-8
Pirate Archaeology 17 6-8
Public Lands: Hidden Histories 17 6-8
The Mystery of the Scroll: Ancient Egyptian Culture and Geography 17 6-8
The Science of Digging Up Dinosaurs 17 6-8
Which Way Did They Go? 17 6-8
Would You Have Helped Out? 17 6-8
Geographic Diffusion of Disease: The Flu Pandemic of 1918-19 17 9-12
Geography and History in Songs 17 9-12
John Brown and the Underground Railroad 17 9-12
Paleo-what? The Life and Work of Emerging Explorer Zeray Alemseged 17 9-12
Piracy: A Continuing Problem 17 9-12
The Evolution of Dinosaurs Over Geologic Time 17 9-12
The Scientific Method in Undersea Archaeology 17 9-12
Tut Technology 17 9-12
Using Geography to Learn About History 17 9-12
Where Can You Find a Good Mummy? 17 9-12
"Adopt" a Geographic News Story 18 K-2
Echoes: What Animals Can Teach Scientists 18 K-2
Frog Alert! Frog Alert! 18 K-2
Geography Skills and Your Town 18 K-2
Into the Ocean 18 K-2
Your Changing Town 18 K-2
Earth Day Every Day 18 3-5
How Do Humpback Whales Feed? 18 3-5
It's Tough to Be a Leatherback Turtle 18 3-5
Lions and People—Uneasy Neighbors 18 3-5
Mysteries of the Monk Seal 18 3-5
Ocean Exploration Museum 18 3-5
Seeing the World Through the News 18 3-5
The Frog Squad: Atrazine and Frog Populations 18 3-5
The Mystery of the Monk Seal 18 3-5
Uplink Outpost: To the Future Class Of... 18 3-5
Using Photography to Help Save the Oceans 18 3-5
What is Geography? 18 3-5
What's Happening to the Emperor Penguins? 18 3-5
Why Is Oceanography Important? 18 3-5
Your Town in the Past, Present, and Future 18 3-5
Addressing World Hunger 18 6-8
Adopt a Lot 18 6-8
Can Crittercam Help Protect Humpbacks? 18 6-8
Can Research Save the Leatherback Turtle? 18 6-8
Dealing With Disasters 18 6-8
Diving in to Save the Monk Seal 18 6-8
Geography and Your Dream Job 18 6-8
Icebergs and Penguins 18 6-8
Is 'African' a Language? 18 6-8
Life at Sea: Careers in Marine Science 18 6-8
Lions and People: Keeping the Balance 18 6-8
Ocean Conservation: Getting the Word Out With Photographs 18 6-8
Points of View in the News 18 6-8
Reviving Bodie 18 6-8
Sleuthing for a Lost Ship 18 6-8
Sound the Alarm: Can Frogs Really Tell Us What's Wrong? 18 6-8
African Language Diversity 18 9-12
Alarming Frogs: The Life and Work of Emerging Explorer Tyrone Hayes 18 9-12
Low-level Nuclear Waste: A Geographic Analysis 18 9-12
Oceanographic Specialties 18 9-12
Parasites and Disease 18 9-12
Planning for a City's Future 18 9-12
Putting Geography to Good Use 18 9-12
Reading Between the Lines 18 9-12
The Science of the Deep Sea 18 9-12
Two Threats to African Wildlife 18 9-12
Under the Sea: The Life and Work of Emerging Explorer Tierney Thys 18 9-12
What's Wrong With the Oceans? Can Photography Help? 18 9-12


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