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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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Crossing Arctic Thresholds part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Climate change might be pushing Arctic ecosystems past the point of no return. This radio broadcast reports on a study of mud cores from the bottom of lakes in the Arctic region, which found that ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Chills from Climate Change part of SERC Web Resource Collection

As the Earth grows warmer on average, Europe may actually become colder. This radio broadcast explains how global warming is causing glaciers to melt and more rain and snow to fall in areas lke ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Amazon Trends part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This radio broadcast is a discussion with Thomas Lovejoy, a biologist working in the Amazon, who was the first to use the term 'biodiversity'. The show discusses the perils and promise of the Amazon ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public, High School (9-12), Middle (6-8)

Time-Lapse Extinctions part of SERC Web Resource Collection

The last ice age ended about 10,000 years ago, and was followed by a mass extinction of large mammals. This radio broadcast reports on research into how human activity and climate change may have ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Arctic Cooling part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Most scientists agree that human activities are causing the global climate to heat up. However, in this radio broadcast, two scientists from Alaska explain how nature still has a big say in how much ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Alaska Fire Research part of SERC Web Resource Collection

In 1994 lightning triggered a fire that torched a 22,000-acre swath of boreal spruce forest in Interior Alaska, about 90 miles south of Fairbanks. This 2001 radio broadcast describes work by fire ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Hazy Health Hazards part of SERC Web Resource Collection

Global warming might create more problems with air pollution. This radio broadcast explains the creation of smog, its affect on people, and how warmer temperatures and sunlight may increase ground ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Forest Service Scientists, High in the Trees part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This rado broadcast discusses the mission of the U.S. Forest Service, which now includes increasing amounts of research. The broadcast features interviews with scientists who work at the Forest ...
Resource Type: Audio:Radio Broadcast
Grade Level: General Public

Global Warming Facts and Our Future part of SERC Web Resource Collection

This virtual museum website provides easily understood scientific information that helps both policy makers and the public answer important questions about the changing global climate in order to ...
Resource Type: Audio:Sound
Grade Level: Intermediate (3-5), High School (9-12), Middle (6-8)

New England Forests: A View From Space part of SERC Web Resource Collection

In this audio lecture, a forest ecologist and an expert in complex systems explain how scientists use Earth-observing satellites to track and assess changes in the forests of New England. These ...
Resource Type: Audio:Lecture
Grade Level: General Public