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Special Issue of ChemMatters -- Focusing on Global Warming and CO2--
American Chemical Society's quarterly magazine for high school teachers and students.
What Should We Do About Global Warming? -- W.W.Norton
Book or CD Rom
Chemistry Tutorials: Molecular Shape and the Greenhouse Effect -- Norton
Chemistry: The Science in Context -- Chapter 7 Thomas Gilbert Northeastern U.
Chemistry of the Environment. Ronald A Bailey et.al. Elsevier Publishers. 2007
Chemistry 11 Text Book Person Education Canada
includes IPCC Chemists and Chemical Engineers (2007 Nobel Prize Winners)
Greenhouse Gases: The Chemistry Behind the Culprits
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Content Standard 9.8 - D22. Greenhouse gases, climate change.
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