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Naturalist Journals

Author(s): Gregory L. Vogt, EdD, Nancy P. Moreno, PhD, and Stefanie Countryman, MBA
Naturalist Journals

Astronaut/aquanaut Michael R. Barratt, NEEMO-7 specialist, types a journal entry in the NOAA Aquarius Underwater Laboratory.
Courtesy of NASA.

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  • 3-5 6-8 9-12

Scientists and explorers throughout history have kept naturalist journals of their investigations and observations. Download BioEd Online's guide for creating naturalist journals and have your students follow in the footsteps of John Audubon or Leonardo DeVinci by keeping notes of their investigations.

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