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Classroom Tools to Explore the Past, Present and Future of Climate Change - Windows to the Universe

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Classroom Tools to Explore the Past, Present and Future of Climate Change

Welcome to the online resources for our ever-popular NSTA workshop! This web portal is intended to provide the web links and additional information to those who attended our workshop at a recent NSTA convention.

Workshop Resources

Powerpoint slideshow

Members download PowerPoint Presentation

Activities:

CO2 Sources and Sinks

Paleoclimates and Pollen

Thermal Expansion and Sea Level Rise

Mapping Ancient Coastlines

Additional Resources
Climate and Global Change Classroom Activities from Windows to the Universe

Climate and Global Change section of Windows to the Universe

LEARN: Atmospheric Science Explorers

The Climate Discovery Teacherís Guide

National Center for Atmospheric Research

MILAGRO Education Portal (about studying air pollution)

Presenter Information

Sandra Henderson (contact)
Lisa Gardiner (contact)
Becca Hatheway
Randy Russell
Roberta Johnson
David Mastie
Jennifer Bergman
Marina LaGrave
Last modified March 13, 2006 by Lisa Gardiner.

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Windows to the Universe, a project of the National Earth Science Teachers Association, is sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation and NASA, our Founding Partners (the American Geophysical Union and American Geosciences Institute) as well as through Institutional, Contributing, and Affiliate Partners, individual memberships and generous donors. Thank you for your support! NASA AGU AGI NSF