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LEO EnviroSci Inquiry is produced by Dr. Alec
Web site development:
Dr. Alec M. Bodzin, Min-Soo Lee, Arthur J. Loder, Il-Bong Kang, and
PHP data retrieval
Arthur J. Loder
Text editing assistance:
Science education content:
Dr. Alec M. Bodzin, Louise Shive, Karen Brown, Joanne Lee, Veronica
Vollmer, Jennifer Pratt, Cheryl Lemon, and Linda Wu.
Below are links to specific credit information
for individual sections of EnviroSci Inquiry:
River Watershed Explorations
Drainage in Pennsylvania
in the Lehigh River Watershed
Laws and Regulations in Pennsylvania
Way is North?
Magic of Hydrangeas
World of Rocks and Minerals
Lehigh River Watershed 3D Map and Flythrough:
James Cascione, Rebecca Gross, and Edwin Zacharias
Special thanks to:
Chris Kocher and Tom Gettings of the Wildlands Conservancy for content
review, support, and assistance during all phases of development.
Margie Barry and George Yasko for technical and equipment support.
Ben Waltenberger, Spatial Data Analyst at NOAA's Channel Islands National
Marine Sanctuary, for his assistance and permission to incorporate GIS
materials into EnviroSci Inquiry.
Sue Pridemore for pointing us in many right directions.
Dan Kunkle, Steve Baier, and Mike Gehringer for providing feedback
on classroom implementation issues.
The teachers, scientists and science educators of the Wildlands Conservancy
Rivers Group for helping us grapple with quality control isues for student
All of our organizational partners: Wildlands Conservancy, the National
Park Service Historical Corridor, Bethlehem Works, Walnutport Lockkeepers
Association, The Historic Bethlehem Partnership, PA Game Commission,
Easton Historical Society, Historic Catasauqua Preservation Association,
DCNR - The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, The SERVIT
Group (NC State), and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
All photographs used in the EnviroSci Inquiry Web site are credited
in each individual section where they appear.
The following are credits for photographs used elsewhere on the Web
EnviroSci Inquiry logo and splash page icon was created by Susan E.