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  • It's Spring! -’s-spring!.aspx

    The vernal - or spring - equinox marks the start of spring in the northern hemisphere. This year - 2012 - the spring equinox was on March 20.

  • EARTH'S Seasons - Zoom Astronomy - Enchanted Learning

    The seasons on Earth are caused by the tilt of the Earth's axis - they are NOT caused by the differences in the distance from the Sun throughout the year.

  • Google Earth – Google Earth

    Google Earth for Android enables you to explore the globe with a swipe of your finger. Fly through 3D cities like London, Tokyo and Rome.

  • Earth - Wikipedia

    In the Southern Hemisphere, the situation is reversed, with the summer and winter solstices exchanged and the spring and autumnal equinox dates swapped.

  • Earth: Shaping Our Seasons and Climates | Ecology Global ...

    Spring and Fall (or Autumn) occur ... Earths Folly says: November 29, 2011 at 3:29 pm. ... The Ecology Global Network ®, Ecology Radio ®, ...

  • Springs - The Water Cycle, from USGS Water-Science School

    The Water Cycle: Springs, from from the USGS Water Science School. Our water cycle diagram is available in 60 languages.

  • Journey North: Reasons for Seasons--Exploring the ...

    Reasons for Seasons: Exploring the Astronomy of Spring Reasons ... Watching the wave of spring sweep northward is at the heart of Journey North.

  • Earth's Tilt Is the Reason for the Seasons! - Windows to ...

    Earth's Tilt Is the Reason for the Seasons! During the year, the seasons change depending on the amount of sunlight reaching the Earth as it revolves around the Sun.

  • The Seasons and the Earth's Orbit -

    We have all been taught that the seasons are caused by the 23.4° angular offset (obliquity) between the Earth's axis of rotation and a perpendicular to the Earth's ...

  • The Four Seasons | What Causes Seasons?

    The four seasons — winter, spring, summer, autumn — can vary significantly in characteristics, and can prompt changes in the world around them.

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