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View Resource Polar Meteorology: Web Resources

By Peter Guest, Research Associate Profession at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, this wonderfully organized set of web resources in polar meteorology can be helpful to educators looking to supplement their lessons. The links are divided into sections, including Current Weather, Current Sea Ice, Climate, Climate Change, Education, Maps, Research Projects, Institutions, Organizations,...

View Resource International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Science Initiative

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) of Japan have collaborated to make available the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics (ISTP) Science Initiative. The ISTP Science initiative has five primary objectives. For example, the initiative seeks to "determine structure and dynamics in...

View Resource The Climate System

The Climate System is a course belonging to Columbia University's Earth System Series curriculum. Although it is not an online course, Web surfers can take a peek at what the students are learning through the lecture and lab notes which are posted online. Clicking on "semester schedule" will take you to these links. Numerous subjects dealing with global climate are presented, including the...

View Resource International Polar Year

During the International Polar Year, which started in March 2007 and ran through March 2009, a team of thousands of scientists from 60 nations will be examining a wide range of physical, biological, and social research topics that deal with the Arctic and the Antarctic. The project is sponsored by a number of organizations, including the World Meteorological Organization and the International...

View Resource Ohio State University: Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center

Ohio State presents the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center's internationally recognized polar research primarily focused on the role of cold regions in the global climate system. The website presents summaries, images, and publications of the Center's seven main research groups: Environmental Geochemistry, Geological Sciences, Glacier Dynamics, Ice Core Paleoclimatology, Oceanography, Polar...

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