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View Resource ACRIMSAT

Launched in 1999, AcrimSat studies the sun's energy output with uniform sensitivity from the far-ultraviolet to the far-infrared wavelength range. Its data are used to improve knowledge of the sun's...

http://science.nasa.gov/missions/acrimsat/
View Resource Air Pollution: What’s the Solution?

Air pollution curricula with real-time data projects. Air Pollution: What?s the Solution? utilizes real time data to guide students, grades 6 - 12, to discover the science behind outdoor air p...

http://www.k12science.org/curriculum/airproj/
View Resource Are You An Energy Efficient Consumer?

The Koshland Science Museum has developed a webquest aimed at middle and high school students which focuses on global climate change. The Global Warming Webquest presents a fictitious scenario in...

https://www.koshland-science-museum.org/sites/default/files/...
View Resource Atmosphere-Ocean Modeling Exploiting Fluid Isomorphisms

We describe how mathematical isomorphisms between the equations that govern the evolution of a compressible atmosphere and an incompressible ocean can be exploited to guide the design of a...

http://paoc.mit.edu/paoc/papers/a_o_iso.pdf
View Resource AURA

The Aura mission studies the Earth's ozone, air quality, and climate. It is designed exclusively to conduct research on the composition, chemistry, and dynamics of the Earth's atmosphere.

http://aura.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html
View Resource AURA -- Education and Outreach

The Earth's atmosphere is important because the Atmosphere reacts, protects, and transports. Imagine a world where the daytime sky was not blue, but black. Imagine the Earth without clouds, wind, or...

http://aura.gsfc.nasa.gov/outreach/index.html
View Resource Barotropic Ocean Gyre In Cartesian Coordinates

This example experiment demonstrates using the MITgcm to simulate a Barotropic, wind-forced, ocean gyre circulation. The experiment is a numerical rendition of the gyre circulation problem similar to...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node97.html
View Resource C-Learn: Climate Simulation

The first purpose of Climate Interactive's C-Learn simulator is to help you use a scientifically rigorous model to set a goal for CO2 in the atmosphere, explore what it will take to reach that goal...

http://climateinteractive.org/simulations/c-learn
View Resource Calculating the Power of the Wind

Want to show your students specific real world examples of radius, area and algebra? Wind Analyst Emily Hardy does just that... in under two minutes! Running time 1:45 minutes. Available by...

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/movies/environmental_movies...
View Resource CALIPSO

This cloud-watching spacecraft probes the thickness of clouds and aerosols in the Earth?s atmosphere. This information, which the spacecraft has been collecting since its launch in April 2006, is i...

http://www-calipso.larc.nasa.gov/
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