Environment

The environment is where we live. It is where all the animals, insects, plants and other living things make their place in the world. It is everything that makes up our surroundings including the air we breathe, the water we drink and the land we live upon. Scientists study many different parts of the environment to learn how these systems work. Learn more about the environment.

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D4K: Wildfire

Why are wildfires a threat to our forests? Find out what experts think about wildfires.

D4K: Wildfire

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D4K: Desert Habitat

What role do deserts play in the world’s ecosystems?

D4K: Desert Habitat

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D4K: Ecology

The Earth is made up of many different environments. Some are biomes. Others are habitats

D4K: Ecology

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D4K: Dams

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D4K: Endangered Species

Learn more about endangered species.

D4K: Endangered Species

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D4K: Green Energy

Green Energy doesn’t have anything to do with color. What is it?

D4K: Green Energy

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D4K: Habitat

What four qualities to all animals need to have a good habitat?

D4K: Habitat

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Trees

Trees are the oldest, tallest and heaviest things on Earth. How do they grow and survive?

Trees

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Weather

How do meteorologist predict the weather? Find out in this Science Trek episode.

Weather

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Garbage

What happens to garbage after you throw it away? Find out in this episode of Science Trek.

Garbage

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Food Web

What is the food web? Find out how all living things depend upon one another for survival.

Food Web

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Water

Water is essential to life. You can find it everywhere. Find out why water is so important

Water

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Soil

There is a lot more to the study of soil than just dirt. Find out in this Science Trek.

Soil

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Idaho Ecosystems

Learn about Idaho’s ecosystems on this episode of Science Trek.

Idaho Ecosystems

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Oceans

Oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface. Find out more about what’s under the surface.

Oceans

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Forests

Forests provide us oxygen to breathe and much more.Find out about Forests on Science Trek.

Forests

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Rivers

Take a ride on a river and find out more about this force of nature.

Rivers

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Wildfire: Trees

Trees are the oldest, tallest and heaviest things on Earth. How do they grow and survive?

Wildfire: Trees