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         Age Of Exploration General:     more books (100)
  1. Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration
  2. Libraries in the Information Age: An Introduction and Career Exploration by Denise K Fourie, David R. Dowell, 2002-04-18
  3. Age of Exploration (Great Ages of Man) by John Rigby Hale, 1966-06
  4. The Lesser Antilles in the Age of European Expansion
  5. Man upon the sea; or, A history of maritime adventure, exploration, and discovery, from the earliest ages to the present time .. by Frank B. 1826-1894 Goodrich, 2010-08-29
  6. Exploration in the World of the Middle Ages, 500-1500 (Discovery & Exploration) by Pamela White, 2009-12-30
  7. Vanguard of Empire: Ships of Exploration in the Age of Columbus by Roger C. Smith, 1993-04-08
  8. The Land of Norumbega: Maine in the Age of Exploration & Settlement by Susan Danforth, 1988-12
  9. The Adventures of Elizabeth Stanton, Being At Large: Age of Exploration by Vic Broquard, 2008-09-01
  10. HISTORY OF EXPLORATION II (AGE OF EXPLORATION): An entry from Gale's <i>World of Earth Science</i>
  11. A History of Western Society, Volume 2: From the Age of Exploration to the Present by John P. McKay, Bennett D. Hill, et all 2010-10-13
  12. TruthQuest History: Renaissance, Reformation & Age of Exploration (A Chronological investigation - A.D. 1400-1600) by Michelle Miller, 2006
  13. Roots of American Character Identity: From the Age of Exploration to the American Enlightenment by Frederick William Dame, 2009-07-15
  14. Frog City Games: Imperialism Ii: Age of Exploration, Tropico 2: Pirate Cove

81. Newspapers Plus
Grade Level 3,4,5,6. Mariners' Museum The age of exploration Theability to sail the sea meant wealth and riches to our ancestors.

82. The Savvy Traveller - News
explorers by rival European powers to the creation of a new world empire in the Americas,the book chronicles the golden age of exploration throughout the New
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Edited by Jon Krakauer ( Into Thin Air ). This series reprises exploration/adventure classics that until now have been out of print. Chosen for literary merit and historical significance as well as their great readability, these books provide a look at the shifting rationales given by explorers over the ages for why anyone would willingly subject himself to such unthinkable hazards and hardships. IN THE LAND OF WHITE DEATH , $21.95, (cloth), Valerian Albanov

83. New Scientist Web Links
Web Links general Science 1 10. The Flying Turtle Science and Technology ExplorationSite - The FT Exploring site in the sci-teach section for all age groups

84. Curious About Astronomy: How Do We Know The Age Of The Universe And The Earth?
So we measure the age by measuring recessional velocities large value of the CosmologicalConstant, a sort of antigravity force predicted by general Relativity

85. KIDS Report January 19, 1999: Space Exploration
The History of Space exploration site is a link within I recommend this site for studentsage 12 and up. on the Hubble telescope, stars in general, the history
The KIDS Report is published with the support of the Internet Scout Project and the National Science Foundation, and with a generous grant from John and Tashia Morgridge. The KIDS Report is a biweekly publication produced by K-12 students as a resource to other K-12 students. It is an ongoing, cooperative effort of 12 classrooms from around the United States. Teachers assist and provide support; however, students select, evaluate and annotate all resources included in every issue of the KIDS Report. This issue of KIDS, dated January 19, 1999, was written and produced by students of Sabish Junior High in the Fond du Lac school district, located in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
In This Issue
Lift off to Space Exploration
Blast - Off!! If you want to learn up-to-date information about space, this is the site for you! Lift Off to Space Exploration is a factual and efficient web site filled with lots of good information. It includes facts about launches, satellites, space stations, and astronaut training. It has links that connects to a kid's page and space/science news. There is also a link which gives great details and 3-D diagrams of the solar system. The site also provides an up-to-date clock telling how much time there is until the next mission. This site is updated daily, loads quickly, and is easy to navigate. It is hosted by NASA Mission Operations Laboratory at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. We recommend this site for any age. However, some information may be hard for younger ages to understand without the help of an adult.

86. Map Collections Home Page
Searchable collection of digitized maps in the public domain from North America, 15441996. Grouped Category Reference Maps Historical...... These images were created from maps and atlases and, in general, are restricted toitems Puerto Rico at the Dawn of the Modern age Selected Cartographic Items.
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Search by Keyword Geographic Location Index Subject Index Creator Index ... Title Index The Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress holds more than 4.5 million items, of which Map Collections represents only a small fraction, those that have been converted to digital form. The focus of Map Collections Map Collections is organized according to seven major categories. Because a map will be assigned to only one category, unless it is part of more than one core collection, searching Map Collections at this level will provide the most complete results since the indexes for all categories are searched simultaneously. Maps can now be downloaded Searching Map Collections The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning. The Library of Congress presents these documents as part of the record of the past. These primary historical documents reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. The Library of Congress does not endorse the views expressed in these collections, which may contain materials offensive to some readers.

87. CHI 97: Knowledge-Based Support For Visual Exploration Of Spatial Data
does not fit well the needs of data exploration. the feasibility of applying thesegeneral principles for parameters sex class = female and age class = 15
CHI 97 Electronic Publications: Demonstrations
Knowledge-Based Support for Visual Exploration of Spatial Data
Gennady L. Andrienko, Nathalia V. Andrienko
Institute of mathematical problems of biology, Pushchino, Moscow region, 142292, Russia
The knowledge-based system IRIS is designed to help users in analysis of spatially referenced statistical data. For this purpose the system provides the user with automatically built thematic maps presenting the data visually. The process of map design is governed by the domain-independent visualisation knowledge base. The user receives the opportunity to concentrate on data exploration instead of the process of planning and building data presentations. Implementation of the interface part of the system in Java language allows to run the system in the World Wide Web (WWW).
Data visualisation, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), knowledge-based systems, World Wide Web.
Presentation of spatially referenced data on maps is an important prerequisite for analysis of the data. Currently existing mapping software (GIS), despite of its functional power, does not fit well the needs of data exploration. It requires the user to think what presentation of her/his data will be adequate, and what GIS operations must be applied to obtain it. Besides consuming user's time, design of consistent and informative map presentations requires special cartographic knowledge that is hardly possessed by any end-user. Therefore the need in intelligent tools providing assistance to GIS users in data visualisation is widely recognised in the GIS community.

88. Latin American Resources
Directory of bibliographies, historical resources, maps, media, organizations related to Latin America .Category Science Social Sciences Directories...... PreConquest Period general Theories about the Bering Strait Crossing, Univ. Ageof exploration, Curriculum Guide, Mariners' Museum, Newport News, VA; The
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89. The Rad Page
The site provides general information on their detection, chemical extraction, agedetermination, developments CONTRIBUTION to MINING exploration RED MOUNTAIN
Radiolarians? These siliceous microfossils are oceanic markers. The site provides general information on their contribution to the geological study of orogenic belts and, in particular, the Canadian Cordillera. Thanks for the visit...

planctonic accumulation, age of oceanic crust, accretionary complexes

Field detection, chemical extraction, age determination, developments

Stratigraphy by units and terranes: 300 my of radiolarian accumulation

first fossils from this gold deposit of British Columbia

Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of Paleozoic and Mesozoic radiolarians (x 150) extracted from siliceous sedimentary strata of the Canadian Cordillera.
Radiolarians Polycystines are unicellular planktonic marine organisms belonging to the class of Actinopoda , which absorb silica from the marine environment and construct tiny skeletons (0.1-0.2 mm in diameter) according to well defined geometric patterns. Radiolarian fossils are known from the early Phanerozoic to the present (600 million years) and, because an enormous diversity of taxons evolved rapidly, they have a very significant stratigraphic interest. One of their characteristic is that, unlike calcareous skeletons, they are not subject to greater dissolution with water depth and can therefore accumulate differentially on ocean basin floors, some specialists even considering them as the "normal" pelagic sediment at certain periods, only diluted by calcareous biogenic or terrigenous inputs.

90. General Howard - Indian Friend And Indian Foe
general Howard Indian Friend and Indian Foe. Called 'the Elsewhereon the Web. •Major general Howard's Civil War Memoirs. In his
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General Howard: Indian Friend and Indian Foe Called 'the Christian general,' Oliver O. Howard worked hard to maintain peace between his people and American Indians. By Walter Holden for Wild West Magazine Subscribe Now
More of this Feature Part 1: The "Christian General" Part 2: Howard's Peacemaking Attempts Part 3: Howard's Damaged Reputation Join the Discussion Should something be done today to make amends for the way Native Americans were treated by the American government?

91. Homeschool-Books: Resources For Charlotte Mason Homeschooling And Unit Study Pla
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92. MCC General Catalog: Student Services
Student Services
Maui Community College offers counseling services throughout the academic year and summer months. The College provides a comprehensive program of individual and group counseling for students. The purpose of this program is to enable each individual to develop to his or her fullest potential while realizing educational and career goals that are of importance.
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  • Counselors and faculty advisors assist students in planning their program of study and in selecting courses. Information about transfer, course placement, course sequence, prerequisites, and registration is provided. Students are encouraged to schedule appointments by calling the Counseling Center at 984-3306.
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  • Counseling is available to prospective students to help them make appropriate educational decisions by assessing their educational needs, career interests, and academic qualifications. Degree and certificate program requirements are explained to help students decie which major to pursue. For an appointment, call the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) at 984-3286 or 984-3287.
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  • Counselors assist students with personal, social and/or college-related problems and help them assess personal growth and development. Students are encouraged to schedule appointments by calling the Counseling Center at 984-3306.

93. National Geographic General Books: The Wright Brothers And The Invention Of The
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Title ISBN Author Photographer Illustrator Keywords The Wright Brothers and the Invention of the Aerial Age
With the hundredth anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ history-making flight at Kitty Hawk, world attention is once again turning to these intrepid American inventors. Written by two of the world’s leading experts on the Wrights, The Wright Brothers and the Invention of the Aerial Age will provide a definitive, richly illustrated look at the lives of the brothers and their world-changing invention. Wilbur and Orville were two eccentric owners of a bicycle shop in the heartland. But it was invention, engineering, and the new possibilities of manned flight that obsessed them. In just three years, they went from designing and flying a glider and creating a test wind tunnel to Wilbur’s history-making moments in December 1903 above the dunes at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. In moving prose, Crouch and Jakab explain the Wrights’ achievements and the moments of their great successes, and they paint a masterful personal portrait of the two sometimes erratic, genius personalities (never married, the brothers lived together all their lives), and, most important, the world of pioneering aviation in which they operated.

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