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Here are additional resources relating to aspects of Climate Change from the SERC catalog. These resources have not been reviewed by the Climate Change Collection review team.
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Satellites See Sea Changes part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Phytoplankton are single-celled plants that float on the surface of the ocean. They are important because they form the foundation of the marine food chain. This radio broadcast from 2003 reports on ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

White Spruce Trouble part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Scientists analyzing tree ring data to measure the growth of white spruce trees in the Arctic report that their findings contradict the widely held scientific belief that a warmer Arctic climate ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Polar Perspective part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This radio broadcast reports on the Point Barrow Observatory, just outside the Inupiat Eskimo village of Barrow, Alaska, and one scientist who lives and works year-round monitoring climate change in ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Earth's Fresh Water: Who's in Charge? part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This radio broadcast discusses the issue of how global supplies of fresh water might be impacted by impending climate change. Topics include how supplies might be affected by changing precipitation ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: High School (9-12), General Public, Middle (6-8)

People + Climate= "One-Two Punch" part of SERC Web Resource Collection

When the climate on Earth warms or cools rapidly as it did during the ice ages, animals respond by migrating to more moderate regions. But as human populations grow, there are fewer places for ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: High School (9-12), General Public, Middle (6-8)

An Accelerating Problem part of SERC Web Resource Collection

The Jakobshavn Ice Stream glacier in Greenland has accelerated to five feet in an hour, becoming the fastest glacier in the world. This radio broadcast discusses this glacier as an example of rapid ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public, High School (9-12), College Lower (13-14), Middle (6-8)

Global Climate Change: The Ross Ice Shelf part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This video lecture explores the effects of climate change on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica. Slides depict how a large iceberg fell off the Ross Ice Shelf in March 2000. The lecturer describes his ...
Resource Type: Audio:Lecture
Grade Level: General Public, College Lower (13-14), Middle (6-8), High School (9-12)

Mountains of Change part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Mountain climbers say they are seeing changes caused by a warmer global climate. This radio broadcast from 2001 features one climber who noticed changes while climbing and then participated with a ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public, High School (9-12), College Lower (13-14), Middle (6-8)

Global Climate Change: The Arctic part of SERC Web Resource Collection

The Arctic is changing in dramatic and disturbing ways with giant lakes replacing what used to be ice fields. This video lecture presents data showing ice over the Arctic Ocean retreating over recent ...
Resource Type: Audio:Lecture
Grade Level: Middle (6-8), College Lower (13-14), General Public, High School (9-12)

The Cambrian Explosion part of SERC Web Resource Collection

In the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia in Canada, an outcrop of limestone is shot through with a seam of fine dark shale. A sudden mudslide into shallow water some 550 million years ago means ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: High School (9-12), General Public