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View Resource Climate Solutions Resources

Climate Solutions is a Northwest-based clean energy economy nonprofit. We have pioneered the vision and cultivated the political leadership in the Northwest for the proposition that clean energy and...
View Resource NOAA Education Resources: Freshwater

Although NOAA is known for its work in marine habitats, the agency has resource management, stewardship, research, and monitoring responsibilities for many freshwater ecosystems. NOAA satellites...
View Resource Morphological Change to Birds over 120 Years Is Not Explained by Thermal Adaptation to Climate Change

Changes in morphology have been postulated as one of the responses of animals to global warming, with increasing ambient temperatures leading to decreasing body size. However, the results of previous...
View Resource Marine mollusc predator-escape behaviour altered by near-future carbon dioxide levels

Ocean acidification poses a range of threats to marine invertebrates; however, the potential effects of rising carbon dioxide (CO2) on marine invertebrate behaviour are largely unknown. Marine...
View Resource National Center for Science Education (NCSE): Teaching Climate Change - Resources for Teachers

Here is a selection of high-quality free on-line resources helpful for teachers looking to review the basics of climate science, understand the historical development of the science, improve their...
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