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Geer, Ira W.; Moran, Joseph M.; Mills, Elizabeth W.; Weinbeck, Robert S.; Hopkins, Edward J.; and Blair, Bernard A., "Datastreme Courses: Teacher Enhancement Utilizing Current Environmental Data and the Internet" (2004). Earth Sciences Faculty Publications. 2.
Geer, I. W., Moran, J. M., Mills, E. W., Weinbeck, R. S., Hopkins, E. J., and Blair, B. A. , 2004, Datastreme Courses: Teacher Enhancement Utilizing Current Environmental Data and the Internet, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soci., 5691-5694. Available on publisher's site at http://www.ametsoc.org/pubs/bams/.
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