Figure 1. Developing a geoscience understanding of Earth processes requires thinking across different spatial and temporal scales, such as those involved with changing El Niño-La Niña conditions inferred from NASA sea surface height anomaly data in the equatorial Pacific Ocean as shown here. Figure originally created by Kirk and Pisolesi for the cover of Kastens and Manduca (2012), Earth and Mind II: A Synthesis of Research on Thinking and Learning in the geosciences. GSA, v. 486.
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Image created by Karin Kirk and Linda Pisolesi for the cover of Kastens, Kim A., and Cathryn A. Manduca, eds. Earth and mind II: a synthesis of research on thinking and learning in the geosciences. Vol. 486. Geological Society of America, 2012.
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