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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 behind-the-scenes look at science teams on ANDRILL international geological research expeditions to Antarctica. An informal science education project, formerly the Engaging Antarctica project, funded by the International Polar Year program of the National Science Foundation.

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Date Of Record Release 2011-03-12 19:11:18
Description 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 behind-the-scenes look at science teams on ANDRILL international geological research expeditions to Antarctica. An informal science education project, formerly the Engaging Antarctica project, funded by the International Polar Year program of the National Science Foundation.
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Source ANDRILL
Keyword Antarctica, Climate change, ANDRILL, Geological research, Drilling rock cores, Climate past, Theories, Global warming, Learning activities, Physical models, Geologic concepts, Maps, Photographs, Video, Audio
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Date Of Record Creation 2011-03-12 18:47:52
Education Level
Date Last Modified 2011-03-12 19:11:18
Creator Farrell, M., Hochman, G., Diamond, J., Dahlman, L.drilli, Huffman, L., Salmon, R.
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2011-03-12 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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