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View Resource Global Climate Change

Scientific information, visually presented, on global climate change on earth with data on ice, carbon dioxide, sea level, and temperature data.

http://climate.nasa.gov/
View Resource Antarctica’s Climate Secrets

Two sets of materials for learning about Antarctica and global climate: 1) Flexhibit - hands-on learning activities, banners, and video podcasts for after-school groups or classes; and 2) NOVA ? a b...

http://www.andrill.org/flexhibit/index.html
View Resource “Wintry Weather and Global Warming”

A research supported opinion piece describing the differences between weather and climate and their roles in climate change.

http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/12/27/wintry-weather-...
View Resource Global Warming: Midwestern States

Climate change is real and already underway. Although this is a global phenomenon, it has very specific consequences for the different regions, states, cities, and neighborhoods where we live. To...

http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/regional_information/mi...
View Resource Global Warming: Southeastern States

Climate change is real and already underway. Although this is a global phenomenon, it has very specific consequences for the different regions, states, cities, and neighborhoods where we live. To...

http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/regional_information/so...
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