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Celebrate all things marine March 29–April 4 as part of National Week of the Ocean.
Electricity Usage Has Skyrocketed: Americans combined used nearly 3,884 billion kilowatthours (kWh) in 2010. That's 13 times greater than the nation's electricity usage in 1950, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
TODAY IN SCIENCE: The Great Alaskan Earthquake. The strongest earthquake ever to strike North America hit Prince William Sound 80 miles east of Anchorage, Alaska, on this date in 1964.
Tsunamis are a set of ocean waves usually caused by the movement of the earth's plates deep under the ocean. These waves (sometimes incorrectly called tidal waves) can range in size from small and hardly noticeable to large waves up to 100 feet tall.
Today in science: World Meteorological Day! The 2015 theme of World Meteorological Day is "Climate Knowledge for Climate Action." This topic focuses on acquiring a knowledge base of what is causing climate change in order to be informed for making decisions about how to moderate it through our global and local actions moving forward.
Did you know? The jumping spider (Phidippus audax) can jump 10–50 times the length of its own 3/4-inch body.
Today in science: National Agriculture Day! Celebrate the hard work that goes into feeding our nation on National Agriculture Day, which is part of National Agriculture Week (March 15-21). The 2015 theme is "Agriculture: Sustaining Future Generations."
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Happy St. Patrick's Day! White clover, Trifolium repens, has, by definition, a trio of leaves. "Trifolium" means "three-leaved" in Latin.
Teen Tech Week: Explore how "Libraries Are for Making ... " as part of Teen Tech Week, which runs March 8-14.
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