Author Archives: Steele Center for Earth Literacy and Sustainability, Inc.

Geospatial Revolution Episode 4

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Geospatial Revolution Episode 3

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Geospatial Revolution Episode 2

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Welcome to the Geospatial Revolution

Since I’m taking an advanced GIS course this semester, I thought I would share this very interesting four-part video series on the “Geospatial Revolution“. GPS (Global Positioning System) is a group of approximately 30 satellites that orbit the Earth and … Continue reading

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What Can You Do With Mullein?

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Thoughts on a Misty Walk

Written By Lauren Steele   I have always loved walking alone in the rain, especially in unobtrusive out of the way places where the abundance of beauty is felt in the heart as much as it is seen with the … Continue reading

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The Water Cycle

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Why Earth Science?

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The Gulf of Maine Is Warming Rapidly

Written by Lauren Steele The Gulf of Maine is a body of water that covers 36,000 square miles and borders on the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts as well as New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, Canada. The Gulf has … Continue reading

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The Steele Center Has a Website!

We are a new non-profit corporation with lofty goals. Continue reading

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