There are so many amazingly beautiful butterflies. Here I share pictures and details about some different species.
Movements of the Earth, revolution, and rotation. The earth has two motions, the rotation and the revolution. The earth revolves around the sun and also rotates on its own axis.
This article is all about Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat that covers more than 12,000 sq, Km.
As the earth's tectonic plates move against each other the crust may buckle and fold, and volcanoes may erupt, forming high mountain ranges. Erosion also changes the land. Where the earth is eroded into valleys, rivers may form and in limestone areas, water may seep into the rock to make caves.
Teaching latitude and longitude can be fun - treat your students with a game of battleship to reinforce the correct order to state latitude and longitude out loud and to solidify the student's ability to quickly find a verbally given absolute location. Included is the image used as a game piece,...
Often learning the true cause to extreme weather events can be like solving a good mystery, as TV News stations often leave out important information on purpose. Find out why there is a media blackout on some extreme weather events.
A little geography trivia. I provide very vague clues to the location in question to test your knowledge of places from around the World.
Types of Climate. Major climatic types found on earth; Tropical Climate, Dry Climate, Polar Climate and The Highlands Climate.
When you want to know the distance between two locations, it's not quite as simple as pulling out a map and laying a ruler on it. In today's technologically advanced world, there are many mathematical methods that can be used by a geographic information system to accurately calculate distances.