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Welcome to CoreFacts, where we're always short on time and big on science. I'm Jessica Robertson. Today's question is from a teacher.
How can I obtain educational materials pertaining to USGS activities?
The USGS Educational Resources website provides information on earthquakes, climate change, national parks, wildfires, fossils, satellites, flooding, endangered species and much more! We offer lesson plans, image collections, videos, posters, publications, information on careers in science, and many more educational resources for all ages. Many of these materials are available at no cost. You can access that site at education.usgs.gov.
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