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Computer Lab Exercises and Instructor's Guide
for Use With NASA Image2000

Exploring Polar Sea Ic Processes Using Satellite Data

 Authors: Elizabeth A. Smith and Michael Alfultis
Editors: Elizabeth A. Smith and Diana J. Sunday

These guided inquiry exercises were designed to be used as stand alone activities. The Instructor's Guide contains for each exercise

These Adobe Acrobat (TM) PDF documents are ready to print and duplicate for use in your classroom. To download these files, simply click on the highlighted item.

Computer Lab Exercises pi_i2k_ex.pdf
Instructor's Guide pi_i2k_ig.pdf

If you have comments, suggestions, or problems, please eMail Elizabeth A. Smith..


INTRODUCTION Information you need for setting up and using these exercises in your classroom
EXERCISE 1 Generating North and South Pole geographic reference maps
EXERCISE 2 Observing Northern Hemisphere sea ice distribution and seasonal variability
EXERCISE 3 Observing Southern Hemisphere sea ice distribution and seasonal variability
EXERCISE 4 Observing Northern Hemisphere interannual variability
EXERCISE 5 Observing Southern Hemisphere interannual variability
INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE The Instructor's Guides were designed for 2-sided duplication.

If you need help, contact Elizabeth A. Smith: exsmith@odu.edu, 757-683-5567

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