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This summer Michael Dubson of Physics will present a one-day workshop for teachers. Using a written curriculum and videotapes, Dubson will illustrate convection and the physics of thermodynamics including heat, density, buoyancy, and convection in the Earth's systems. Middle school teachers are especially encouraged to attend. The workshop will be held June 25, 2002. For more information contact Karen Hyde Edgerly, 303-735-6566.