Skype a Scientist has a database of thousands of scientists and helps them connect with classrooms, families, libraries, scout troops, and more all over the globe! Skype a Scientist gives students the opportunity to get to know a real scientist and get the answers to their questions straight from the source. After completing the form you should expect a response within a a few days to a week.
The link above has resources designed for 6-12th grade classrooms, students can investigate the water quality characteristics (water temperature, salinity and oxygen), harmful algae bloom (HAB), and other topics. It also has databases that teachers can use to retrieve real data that can be used in the classroom.
A presentation on how hydro power works by FirstLight.
FirstLight Power is a renewable energy supplier operating hydroelectric, energy storage, and solar projects that produce clean, dependable electricity for more than 1.3 million New England homes. Today you’ll learn about their hydroelectric power plant in Western Massachusetts.
Informational video on how to add a marker on google maps