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Contribute Educational material

Contribute:

  • Movies
  • Labs (coming soon)
  • Lectures (coming soon)

Submit Teaching Material

CSDMS welcomes submissions of teaching material, whether it be your coolest model animations, or material that you developed for undergraduate and graduate courses in earth surface processes. If you have images or animations they can be easily added to the respective wiki pages. For more comprehensive material, or material that needs some modifications to be served here, please contact CSDMS' Education and Knowledge Transfer Specialist. irina.overeem@colorado.edu


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