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Global and Southeast Climate Change
Category: For Educators
Resource Type: Web-Based
Date Posted: 05/11/2011
The nearly 15,000-ft-high Matterhorn mountain, located in the Alps on the border between Italy and Switzerland. Left: August 16, 1960 at 9.00 am. Right: August 18, 2005 at 9.10 am. Photo Credit: 1960 photo taken by Bradford Washburn; 2005 photo taken by David Arnold. Courtesy of Panopticon Gallery, Boston, MA. For more information, please visit the NASA Climate Change website.

Climate Change Activities
2009 Ocean Sciences Education Leadership Institute Activities
2010 Ocean Sciences Education Leadership Institute Activities

Introduction to Earth Systems

Globe-Toss, COSEE SouthEast - 2009, 2010
I Say, You Say: A Warm-up Activity
- 2010

The Carbon Cycle

The Carbon Cycle Poster and Actvity, California Academy of Sciences (CAS) - 2009, 2010
"Carbon-The World Traveler" Actvity and Cards (ppt), Original COSEE-SE Activity - 2009, 2010
Using the Carbon Cycle Interactive Game in the Classroom, Windows to the Universe - 2009, 2010

Paleoclimate (Ancient Climate)

Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and Hurricanes

Hurricanes and Climate, Windows to the Universe Activity - 2009, 2010
Lesson Plan Adaptation - Hurricanes and Climate - 2010
Hurricanes Activity: Intro,Part I, Part II, Windows to the Universe Activity - 2009, 2010
Hurricane Tracks Image, Windows to the Universe Activity - 2009, 2010
Hurricanes, Windows to the Universe Activity - 2010
Sea Surface Temperature Map - 2010
Storm Surge Activity, COSEE SouthEast and SEACOOS - 2010

Sea Level Rise and Currents

Glaciers and Glacial Dynamics

The Great Lakes and Climate Change

GLIMCES Great Lakes Instuctional Materials for the Changing Earth System, Ohio Sea Grant College Program and the Ohio State University - 2010
The Great Lakes - At a Crossroad
- 2010

Climate Change and Ecology