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  • Pulwarty, R., & Udell, B. (2008). Climate and Tourism on the Colorado Plateau. [Editorial]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, May 2008, 1-4. Retrieved
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  • Astronomy_education_at_the_University_of_Nebraska-Lincoln Category:Physics and Astronomy/Labs PHET (U. Colorado Boulder) dev.physicslab.org Optics: Human
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  • rocks Essentially all of the worlds surface is made of rock, the rock type in a specific area is dependent on the complex history of the Rock cycle for that
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  • University Open Learning Cell Biology and Cancer Activities CK-12 Foundation Colorado Education Resources in Environmental Sciences Conflict Resolution Information
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  • Savage Library of Western State College at Gunnison, Colorado, U.S.A. Colorado Historic Newspapers, Colorado State Library and Colorado Historic Society
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  • Astrogeology is the study of naturally occurring astronomical rocky objects, their physical structure and substance, history and origin, and the processes
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  • at the top of this page, have the highest iridium occurrence in the Alvarez analysis. The K-Pg boundary at Trinidad Lake State Park, Colorado, USA, in the
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  • Thekackara (1977). In: The Solar Output and its Variation. Boulder, Colorado: Colorado Association University Press. pp. 193.  David R. Williams (November
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  • geological phenomena are associated with the Subboreal? 22. The ancient history period dates from around 8,000 to 3,000? 23. Complete the text:
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  • Jupiter (category History of Science)
    "John Spencer's Astronomical Visualizations". Boulder, Colorado USA: University of Colorado. Retrieved 2013-04-05.  Peter Goldreich and Donald Lynden-Bell
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  • Radiation astronomy/Entities (category History of Science)
    Astronomy, In: Hard X-Ray and Gamma-Ray Detector Physics VI, 1. 5540. Denver, Colorado USA: The International Society for Optical Engineering. pp. 13. doi:10
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  • bottom. [Alberto] Behar and co-investigator Dr. Konrad Steffen of the University of Colorado, Boulder, led an expedition to send a JPL-built probe down into
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  • The chalcogens are the elements of group 16 of the Periodic Table. These include oxygen (O), sulfur (S), selenium (Se), tellurium (Te), polonium (Po),
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  • Greenbelt, Maryland, USA: JPL, NASA GSFC. Retrieved 2012-11-16.  University of Colorado (July 9, 2004). "PIA05075: Saturn's A Ring From the Inside Out". Pasadena
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  • constraints on the age of a Pleistocene lava dam across the Little Colorado River at Grand Falls, Arizona". Geological Society of America Bulletin 118 (3-4):
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  • with the Colorado School of Mines in Golden. "This data revealed a population of long, linear gravity anomalies, with lengths of hundreds of kilometres
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  • http://lasp.colorado.edu/icymoons/europaclass/Zahnle_etal_1998.pdf.  Bender, K. C.; Rice, J. W.; Wilhelms, D. E.; Greeley, R. (1997). Geological map of Callisto
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  • "Nemiroff" defined multiple times with different content University of Colorado (July 9, 2004). "PIA05075: Saturn's A Ring From the Inside Out". Pasadena
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  • primary FI." "An attractive 5 x 3-cm Summitville, Colorado, specimen exhibiting a dominant group of thin covellite crystals on matrix." "It is separated
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  • the center of a 20-mile-diameter (30 kilometers) central crater site." “Understanding Europa’s composition is key to deciphering its history and its potential
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