The processes of global warming and climate change are attributed to humans in this video.
Looks at signs of climate change all over California.
Students learn about and analyze weather patterns and weather cycles to hypothesize about climate change. This lesson includes a pre-assessment, discussion, research, and student activity.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Global Warming.
To encourage students to generate questions, activate their prior knowledge, and collect information to answer their own questions using a Question and Answer Table.
Using the future of outdoor Canadian ice hockey as a case study, students will explore the changing climate, factors associated, and direct impacts on glacial growth and/or depletion.
Students will learn how the changing climate might impact the strength of hurricanes through actual hurricane footage, plotting actual hurricane data on tracking maps, comparing ocean temperature data, and looking at hurricanes from the past.
Learn about permafrost: where it is, what it is, and the global consequences if it melts. Melting permafrost is an example of a positive feedback mechanism in the climate system.
This study guide summarizes the key points of Global Warming. You can download and customize it to suit your needs and study habits.
Explore the effects of greenhouse gases and how they trap heat molecules in a fun way.
An article describing the data behind the recent warmest decade on record ending in 2009.
An article and animation on how glaciers have been affected by climate change.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Global Warming.