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Global Climate Change

The average surface temperature of the planet earth has been increasing in the recent decades.

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Prehistoric Climate Change and Why it matters today
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This extensive lesson plan has many resources on the page. The main lesson plan is a pdf file, with full sized visuals for the hands on activity, links to three videos, and interactive web simulation. "In the lesson plan, the class does the work of a team of paleontologists studying a time of rapid global warming 55 million years ago." Smithsonian Education
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