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From NASA, play games to learn your biomes. Caution: Might be a little hokey.
NOAA's vents program does research on underwater seismic activity, including earthquakes, volcanoes and hydrothermal vents.
Read more about Galapagos biodiversity from the Galapagos conservancy.
More about biomes from the University of California Museum of Paleontology.
Here's a National Geographic slideshow about winners and losers among animals in the fight against changing climate.
The Philippines have really high species diversity that scientists are still discovering.
Read about sky islands in the southwestern U.S. and northwest Mexico here.
We talked mostly about plants and animals here, but the biogeography of viruses is interesting, too. And deadly.
Check out how these Arctic crustaceans are getting by without ice.
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Tree rings can tell us about fires that happened in the past, and how climate has changed over time. Hear about it from Science Friday.
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