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AIP - The Discovery of Global Warming
[ ] - A hypertext history of how scientists came to (partly) understand what people are doing to cause climate change, told in a set of hyperlinked essays by Spencer Weart. From the American Institute of Physics.
Abelard - Global Warming
[ ] - Summarizes current arguments concerning global warming. Includes various points of view and some of the basic problems in following the science.
Australian Government - Global Warming: Cool It!
[ ] - Explains how each household contributes to the problem, and provides a downloadable booklet to help every family make a difference.
Classroom of the Future - Exploring the Environment: Earth on Fire
[ ] - Introduction to the carbon cycle, and possible solutions to global warming.
Classroom of the Future - Exploring the Environment: Global Climate Change
[ ] - Analyzes the situation, explores how carbon dioxide relates to global climate change, and how remote sensing can be used to detect climate change.
EPA - Climate Change Kids Site
[ ] - Focuses on science and impacts of global warming or climate change, and on actions that help address global warming. Features games, events, and links to other relevant sites for kids and educators.
EcoKids - Climate Change
[ ] - Mr. and Mrs. Cool hire the Rain or Shine Detective Agency to investigate why winters are getting shorter and summers are getting longer.
Exploratorium: Global Climate Change
[ ] - Educational site provides scientific data relating to the atmosphere, the oceans, the land, and their living organisms. Teaches how scientists study natural phenomena: how researchers gather evidence, test theories, and come to conclusions.
GCSE - Climate Change
[ ] - Introduction to the problem of climate change including global warming, together with a look at the impact various energy-generating technologies have.
Global Warming: Early Warning Signs
[ ] - Map illustrates fingerprints and harbingers including observed consequences as indicated by periods of unusually warm weather, coastal flooding, and changes in glaciers and polar regions.
Guide to Cimate Change
[ ] - An interactive visual presentation of different possible futures for the Earth, depending on how the current environmental problems are managed.
International Carbon Bank & Exchange - Carbon For Kids
[ ] - Helps kids learn about greenhouse gases and global warming.
New Scientist - Climate Change
[ ] - News, comment and analysis along with 'Climate change: A guide for the perplexed', FAQ and web resources.
OneWorld.net's Kids Channel - Hot Earth
[ ] - Tiki the Penguin explains climate change, greenhouse gases and what you can do to stop it.
PBS - What's Up With the Weather?
[ ] - NOVA and Frontline report that examines the science and politics of global warming and what climatologists really know about the greenhouse effect. Includes interactive tutorials.
PBS Newshour - The Global Warming Debate
[ ] - In-depth coverage of global warming, related research and policy decisions. Includes interactives.
PESWiki - Directory of Global Warming
[ ] - Contains links to scientific studies of the human, non-natural contribution to global warming. Plus, possible ways that alternative energy can help solve this problem.
Scholastic - Explore Your Earth: Climate Change
[ ] - Learn about possible causes of global warming and the impact that this may have on the earth's oceans and coastal areas. Printable page with review quiz. [PDF]
Sila: Clue in to Climate Change
[ ] - Experience how climate change is affecting different parts of the world, take a quiz, or learn what can be done to stop global warming. Sila is the Inuktitut word for climate and all things that surround us. [English, French]
The Franklin Institute - The Greenhouse Effect in a Jar
[ ] - An elementary or junior high experiment. Students can see for themselves the effects of a greenhouse, and relate this to what occurs in the atmosphere. From the Franklin Institute Science Museum.
US Department of Energy - ARM: Climate Research Facility
[ ] - Research into global climate change. Features a daily quiz, information on research locations, photographs and an explanation of global warming.
WeatherQuestions.com - What is the Greenhouse Effect?
[ ] - Simple description of the greenhouse effect by a climate scientist.
World View of Global Warming
[ ] - Photographic documentation of climate change around the world. Focuses on effects such as shrinking glaciers, coral bleaching, insect and animal range changes, phenology, and rising sea level.
ABC.net.au - Changing Times
[ ] - Article explains how Australia's animals and plants are already reacting to climate change, such as fairy penguins breeding earlier, and gum trees flowering at different times. Gives information for each state, with photographs. From Scribbly Gum, part of ABC Science Online. (July 07, 2005)
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