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Union of Concerned Scientists: Environmental Sciences
The Science of Global Warming
Climate Change Analysis and Models (Great Lakes)
Impacts on Aquatic Ecosystems

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Model Lessons:   Evidence of Climate Change [Middle School]
    Mountain Pine Beetles [Grade 9-12, Middle]     Zoo Poo [Grade 10,11,12]

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Conservation and Solutions    Climate Change - The Science and Data
Curriculum and Lessons   
Pine Bark Beetles

National Center for Atmospheric Research
Environmental Science

Drought and Wildland Fires

Introduction to Climate Change & Environmental Justice
By Amanda Fowler for Earth Day Network
Lesson Plans For Grades 7-12
Climate and Equity
Water    Deforestation    Invasive Species    Disease

Interactive Map: Impacts of Global Warming

Good place for students to start in choosing their
Focus the Nation Class Project

National Geographic - Global Warming Quiz
Check Your Global Warming Wisdom - Interactive

Life of Science .Net
Impact of climate change on bird migration
Poisonous spiders gain ground in Central Europe due to climate change
Better plant growth but reduced food value

Recommended by Dr. H.P. Bustami, teacher in biology and chemistry, Germany, Bavaria

UNEP -- GRID Adrenal -- Climate Graphics
Excellent graphics for presentations, class, student reports
Introduction to Climate Change
Observed Climate Trends
Potential Impacts of Climate Change

Recommended by Karen Nyhus at San Francisco State University

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