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Into The Woods


Geospatial NYC and Beyond
Activites Description Contributed by
Geoliteracy, Geostem, Geohistory, Geography & Diverse Learners Hundreds of lessons searchable by grade level k-12 David Jakim, Winter 2015

Service Learning

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GLOBE Visualization System

NYC OASIS

Visualize, map, graph, filter and export data collected by GLOBE from 1995 to present.

Versatile interactive mapping and search engine with a large database of service learning projects across NYC.  

David Jakim, Winter 2015

David Jakim, Spring 2014

 

NY/NJ Harbor and Estuary Program Water Quality Mapping Water Quality Studies that contribute to our knowledge of the health of the NY/NJ Harbor & Estuary Nordica Hollochut, Winter 2013
Online Resources Description Contributed by
Google Earth, Google OceanGoogle Moon, Google Mars, Google Sky Google's Interactive Geospatial Engine. Requires download. David Jakim, Spring 2014
Google Maps Google Maps aerial photographs, topography, roads, parks, places and more David Jakim, Spring 2014
NY/NJ Harbor Estuary Program Maps, Climate Change,  Nordica Hollochut, Winter 2013
OASIS Map Resource for diverse and versatile interactive maps of NYC. Search by location for maps: Env. Stewardship, Env. Characteristics, Env. Impacts, Clean-up, Community Maps, Gardens,  Historical Land-use, Roads, Waters and Wetlands,  Nordica Hollochut, Winter 2013
Visualizing Changing Coastlines - NYC Educator Resources: Maps, Air Photos, Presentations Nordica Hollochut, Winter 2013
Books Description Contributed by
Manahatta: A Natural History of New York City Stunning recreations of NYC before contact with Europeans juxtaposed against the present-day. David Jakim, Spring 2014
Mapmaking with Children: Sense of Place Education for the Elementary Years, by David Sobel Maps and mapmaking focused on "local projects--projects that begin in students' own backyards and communities, projects that provide a sense of place." ITW Workshop, Spring 2014
 
 
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