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Discover a Watershed: The Missouri

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Actively engaging students with 36 science-based, multidisciplinary, hands-on activities, this award-winning educators' guide covers the Missouri Basin’s hydrology, geology, geography, tribes, settlement, cities, agriculture, industry, recreation, navigation, plant and animal species, issues, management and stewardship.

The 33-page introduction provides background information on the history and current life of the basin. Further illustrating the watershed’s diverse places, peoples and perspectives is its “Pearls and Voices” section. Other unique features include correlations to national standards in the sciences and other disciplines and an in-depth glossary and index.

FREE map: Included with every book is a free 26"x38" wall map of the Missouri River Watershed that shows tributaries, sub-basins, reservations and cities and precipitation and elevation data.

Awards: Winner, 2005 Independent Publisher Book Awards


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Additional Information

Topic(s) Watersheds, Regional Watersheds
Subject(s) Math, Technology, Health, Social Studies, Language Arts, Science, Geography, History, Environmental Education, Arts, Civics/Government
Grade Level(s) Upper Elementary, Middle School, High School
Language(s) English
Page Count 450
ISBN 978-1-888631-22-6