TMI’s Appalachia Program is launching a new on-line teacher-training workshop this winter focusing on the results of student-collected water quality data from 103 sites throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Supported by the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the “Chesapeake Commons” website allows teachers, students and the general public to explore over 180 attributes that West Virginia students collected at each stream. Using an embedded map and database, visitors can also create their own maps, provide additional data to TMI and export information to other sites. More information, including access to the “Chesapeake Commons,” can be found on TMI’s website at:http://mountain.org/sites/default/files/attachments/57852_proof.pdf.
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Imja Lake Expedition (Sept 2011)