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Our Education home page now has a permanent link to "myScience", a collection of USGS Citizen Science websites. Your students can contribute to national databases by collecting information on earthquakes, landslides, volcanic ash, phenology, birds, streamflow, and crickets. This site works best in the Internet Explorer and Chrome browsers.

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What's New and Interesting

Preparing for Climate Change
Watch a new, online public lecture about possible scenarios of California's changing climate.

Inspiring Women in Science
The USGS celebrates women in science by honoring past achievements and inspiring youth into the future.

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Biology, Geography, Geology, Water, and much more...
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Online Lectures
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Citizen Science
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Find a Map!
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Find an Image!
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Water Science for Schools
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USGS Kids — Ecosystems
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Park Geology in 3-D


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Search thousands of informative Fact Sheets and publications written for a non-technical audience. Be sure to check the "Not a Scientist?" box.

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Geoscience Field Camps
NAGT/USGS Cooperative Summer Field Training Program

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