General Science Links
NASA Imagine the Universe
“Imagine the Universe.” NASA, 11 Dec. 2018, imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/science/index.html. Accessed 28 Jan. 2020.
Soil Fact Gathering Sheet for Ms. Swanson’s class. Have ASD Google Drive open. Click on the link. Make a copy called: YourLastName.Soil Facts
Create-A-Graph: Quickly create 5 different graphs.
Mad Science: MadSci Network represents a collective cranium of scientists providing answers to your questions. For good measure we provide a variety of oddities as well.
Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology: for Ms. Stutzer’s students
TeensHealth: good information for teens and parents.
Encyclopedia of Life: Information on many life-forms on Earth – of animals, plants, fungi, protists and bacteria.
Biology Online: Tutorials, dictionary, forum, directory. No whiz-bang jazzy gimmicks, but many links, solid information.
Blood Type Game: Fun way to find out about blood.
Animals & Birds
Alaskan Birds: Online Alaska Wildlife Notebook (some html, some pdf)
Cornell Lab of Orthinology: All About Birds
Evolution Videos from PBS: These are previews of the videos. It is best to watch at home where you have faster connections.
The Mating Game: This is a fun evolutionary game.
The Immune System Game
Immune System Brochure Template
Immune System Notetaking Template
Pond Life Identification Kit: A guide to common freshwater organisms.
Bad Bug Book: Basic facts regarding foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins.
Virtual Museum of Bacteria: Species Filing Cabinet with links.
Web Elements: Explore key information about the chemical elements through this periodic table.
Los Alamos: Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Chemistry Division.
PubChem: Quickly find chemical information from authoritative sources.
Lenntech Chemical Elements: Each chemical element contains a link to a page that explains its chemical properties, health effects, environmental effects, application data, an image and also information of the history/inventor of each element. You can also choose your language!
Interactive: This interactive resources includes an element index, information about element arrangement and an element glossary.
Chemical Elements: Interactive periodic table.
Periodic Table: Click on each element to learn more about it.
Chemical Elements Table: From Info Please.
Periodic Table of Comic Books: Ever think about comic and chemistry? This is a fun site for comics fans.
List of Chemicals pdf
Citation: “Harmful Chemical in Electronic Cigarettes.” gaspforair.org, GASP, 2013, http://www.gaspforair.org/gasp/gedc/pdf/E-CigSmoke.pdf. Accessed 8 Jan. 2020. Table.
Center for Disease Control
Outbreaks of Lung Disease
Center for Tobacco Research Control & Education
Youth Access and Appeal Recommendations
First Evidence of Long-term Health Damage
1st Alaska Death from Vaping Article:
Krakow, Morgan. “Alaska Reports First Vaping Injury Case.” Anchorage Daily News, 3 Dec. 2019, http://www.adn.com/alaska-news/2019/12/03/first-case-of-vaping-related-illness-in-alaska-confirmed-by-state-health-department/. Accessed 8 Jan. 2020.
Really Detailed study from National Institutes of Health
Healthline Article that references several chemicals
Chemical Flavors in eCigarettes from The Verge
Your Genes Your Health: Information on 15 genetic disorders
Medline Plus Directory of Genetic Disorders
Genetic Science Learning Center
The Digital Pipeline has several health databases. See the library staff or the password bookmark for more information.
DHS Brochure Template: Open ASD Google Apps before clicking.
Global Volcanism Program: Find volcanoes by region, name and eruption date.
Volcano Live: the world’s first volcano news and travel website, which monitors worldwide volcanic activity, and provides adventure tours to the world’s most exciting volcanoes.
Volcano World: Oregon State’s website on volcanoes. Use the alpha or coutry lists to find information.
USGS Volcano: Webcams, photos and lots of information on US volcanoes.
National Geographic’s Forces of Nature: Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tonadoes and Hurricanes
Maps of World: A variety of world maps.
Google Maps of Active Volcanos: Uses Google Maps API and includes activity reports and databases from the Smithsonian.
Motion in the Ocean: Go to this website for the Student Worksheet- Problems on Winds, Waves and Currents.
Distance Calculator: Use this to find the distance between 2 points whose latitude and longitude are known.
Create Maps & Grids: Use this site to create a map by entering boundary information.