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Tech-Know-Build: Indiana Students Building Knowledge with Technology Kathleen Keck Kathleen Steele Tami Haas Crawfordsville Community Schools Crawfordsville,

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Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 732: Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition Thursday, 01 February 2007.

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What to make of this new radar technology Luke Madaus, UW Atmospheric Sciences 11/2/2011.

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Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 732: Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition Wednesday, 31 January 2007.

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Human Impact on the Atmosphere. Pollution Thorpe, Gary S., M.S., (2002). Barron’s How to prepare for the AP Environmental Science Advanced Placement Exam.

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