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Caption for Item 1: HOW THE CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE LOOKS BY SATELLITE

This image of Cape Cod, Massachusetts was taken from the Landsat 7 satellite on Sept. 18, 1999. The Cape Cod National Seashore covers the eastern part of the "hook" of the Cape facing the Atlantic Ocean, and some areas facing Cape Cod Bay (inside). CREDIT: NASA/USGS Landsat Project Science Office


Caption for Item 2: STUDENTS USING SATELLITE DATA

Nauset Regional High School seniors (left to right) Alex Roderick, Ben Hogan, Casey Snider study satellite images at the Cape Cod National Seashore so they can see how coastlines and other landscape-scale features change over time. The Nauset school serves students from Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham, Orleans, Brewster, Mass. CREDIT: National Park Service


Caption for Item 3: SALT MARSH COAST GUARD BEACH

Nauset Marsh, a salt marsh, is one ecosystem type researchers and students are monitoring to determine marsh responses to sea level rise. CREDIT: National Park Service

Caption for Item 4: USING SATELLITE IMAGES TO SEE CHANGING COASTLINES

This lithograph of two NASA's Landsat 7 satellite images depicts the visible drop in water level in Lake Mead, 25 miles east of Las Vegas, Nevada. It provides students with an idea of how analyze satellite images of Cape Cod to study coastline change This lithograph is included in a NASA teacher kit for Earth Science Week. CREDIT: NASA

Caption for Item 5:CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE MAP

The Cape Cod National Seashore comprises 43,604 acres of shoreline and upland landscape features, including a 40 mile long stretch of pristine sandy beach, dozens of clear, deep, freshwater kettle ponds, and upland scenes that depict evidence of how people have used the land. The Seashore includes lighthouses, a lifesaving station, and numerous Cape Cod style houses. There are 6 swimming beaches, 11 self-guiding nature trails, and a variety of picnic areas and scenic overlooks. CREDIT: National Park Service

Caption for Item 6: CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE

This picture of Highland Light, in Truro, Mass. is one of the lighthouses on the Cape Cod National Seashore.

CREDIT: Peg Vetorino ©, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

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This image of Cape Cod, Massachusetts was taken from the Landsat 7 satellite on Sept. 18, 1999.

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Nauset Regional High School seniors (left to right) Alex Roderick, Ben Hogan, Casey Snider study satellite images at the Cape Cod National Seashore so they can see how coastlines and other landscape-scale features change over time.

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Nauset Marsh, a salt marsh, is one ecosystem type researchers and students are monitoring to determine marsh responses to sea level rise.

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This lithograph of two NASA's Landsat 7 satellite images depicts the visible drop in water level in Lake Mead, 25 miles east of Las Vegas, Nevada.

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CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE MAP

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This picture of Highland Light, in Truro, Mass. is one of the lighthouses on the Cape Cod National Seashore.

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