Translating the science of the Critical Interface Network
FRIDAY, MARCH 8TH AT 9 AM CDT
CINet Junior Council Webinars
Convective Storms over South America – a land surface perspective (speaker: Dr. Francina Dominguez).
The National Great Rivers Research and Education Center in Partnership with the Critical Interface Network, is working to bring the science of CINet to the classroom and beyond. Stay tuned for upcoming teachers workshops, NGSS aligned lessons, Junior Scientist Council Webinars and more.
High school students from East St. Louis learn about the Critical Zone.
Critical Zone in a Cup models a soil profile that you can eat!
Students learn how Earth's Spheres intersect to form the Critical Zone
Check out educational videos featuring RiverLab!
4th Graders learn about the RiverLab and envision themselves as scientists
Crumpled Watershed Activity
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BRINGING THE SCIENCE OF THE CRITICAL ZONE TO K-12 CLASSROOMS
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