Date: July 7,8,13,14,15
Host: Wade Institute
Intended Audience: Grades 3-8 Educators
Dig into the geology of New England and learn how our landscape is continually being formed and eroded. Discover the role of glaciers in shaping our area, including kettle ponds and glacial potholes on the Cape and drumlins around the bay. Investigate and analyze other changes in our area, from landslides to shifting shorelines. Throughout the course, apply scientific and engineering principles to monitor these changes to the landscape.
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