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How Stuff Works Videos - Earth Science How Stuff Works Videos - Earth Science
The Earth Science Section on How Stuff Works Videos contains videos and articles that are about the earth, submitted by the Discovery Channel, Planet Green, and more. Learn about all about the earth and even view the video of the day!
neoK12 - Earth Science neoK12 - Earth Science
neoK12 offers a free online collection of educational videos about Earth Science. Watch interesting videos about how the earth was formed, the origin of our oceans, earth's first rocks much more!
Academic Earth - Environmental Studies Academic Earth - Environmental Studies
Academic Earth offers free online course lectures about environmental studies from Yale, Stanford, UCLA, and others. Learn about sustainable living, global population growth, energy, and much more.

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Environmental Science Videos from HippoCampus
HippoCampus has a number of helpful online videos about environmental science. Learn about the atmosphere, the biosphere, matter cycles and much more.


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Earth Sciences Videos from Gamequarium
Gamequarium also offers a number of videos about earth science on topics like biomes, climate, earthquakes, ecology, erosion, rocks and minerals, and much more.


From Argonne National Labs:
The Search for the ANSER The Search for the ANSER
Take a close look at the collaboration between Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory to explore the basic science of solar energy and to look for new discoveries to better mankind.
Doing the Impossible: Recycling Nuclear Waste Doing the Impossible: Recycling Nuclear Waste
View this Science Channel feature explores how Argonne techniques could be used to safely reduce the amount of radioactive waste generated by nuclear power—the most plentiful carbon-neutral energy source.
Argonne's Recycling Pilot Plant Argonne's Recycling Pilot Plant
Argonne has a Recycling Pilot Plant designed to save the non-metal portions of junked cars. Learn more about this state of the art facility.


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