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View Resource Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN)

The Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) website includes a collection of educational resources related to climate and energy science. The site also hosts an online community for educators to share and discuss resources and teaching methodology.

View Resource Ira Flatow on Science: More Hurricanes Coming?

In this radio broadcast, commentators discuss the remainder of the 2005 hurricane season in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, which was being called one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history. Topics include how hurricanes form in Africa; how warmer than average water and lighter winds create ideal hurricane conditions; how global warming may be contributing to more frequent and intense...

View Resource LETSNet Global Warming Unit

This unit includes classroom activities to help students understand global warming and its possible effects on human beings. Lessons in the unit provide students with opportunities to study global climate changes, discuss and debate the current arguments for and against global warming and the Greenhouse Effect, investigate the possibility of global warming and the Greenhouse Effect, and present...

View Resource USGS Repeat Photography Project: Glacier National Park

This project, conducted by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), documents changes over time in the landscape of Glacier National Park, particularly the retreat of the park's glaciers. The project involves pairing historic photos from the park's archives with recent photos to illustrate how the landscape has changed. Users can view and download the photos in pairs with dates and a caption...

View Resource Exploring Paleoclimatology in the Classroom

This guide provides instructions for educators on how to access and use coral radioisotope data for classroom activities. The data consist of Sr/Ca ratios and Sea Surface Temperatures (SST) for coral samples near Rarotonga Island in the South Specific gyre, covering a 271 year period, from the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology. Topics include methods for reconstructing temperature records,...

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