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This paper is an attempt to provide teachers in the dry-plains regions with certain concepts and techniques believed to be of value in assisting students to develop an understanding of the uniqueness of their environment. While most of the activities, experiments, and demonstrations were first organized for a biology class, many of them should be suitable for use in other classes which involve the natural sciences.
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LD2651 .K4ks F67 n.s. no.4 1964
Pierson, David W., "Dry-Plains Conservation: an activity or experimental method of teaching soil and water conservation in Southwestern Dry-Plains natural science classrooms." (1964). Fort Hays Studies Series. 57.