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*These are websites I have found useful in my search for good webcams. I do not endorse nor am I responsible for the content of any of these websites.

Teaching with webcams: The proliferation of webcams makes it possible to use webcams in the classroom to illustrate landscape change. Using the same webcam site (Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, USA), I compiled a series of images over a 12 month period. These images show vegetational and fluvial changes occurring. Teachers are welcome to use the powerpoint in their classroom. I created a teacher's version that has text identifying important changes occurring and that are visually noticeable on the images.

Landscape change powerpoint

Landscape change powerpoint - TEACHER'S Edition

Webcams: Click on the text below each image to see some of my favorite webcams.

OldFaithful

Old Faithful Geyser Webcam, Yellowstone NP, WY

lakemcdonald

Lake McDonald Webcam, Glacier National Park, MT

taranaki

Taranaki (Egmont Volcano), New Zealand

perdidokey

Perdido Key Webcam, Gulf Islands National Seashore

davis

Davis Station, Antarctica

mountsthelens

Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, Washington

mawson

Mawson Station, Antarctica

mammothcave

Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

St.Mary

St. Mary Entrance, Glacier National Park, Montana

Washington

Washington, D.C.

yosemite

Half Dome, Yosemite NP, California

yavapti

Yavapai Point, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ

Halema`uma`u

Halema`uma`u, Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcano Observatory

 

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