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Energy Balance Climate Model: Stella Mac and PC
Mike Clark
Students explore a Global Energy Balance Climate Model Using Stella II. Response of surface temperature to variations in solar input, atmospheric and surface albedo, atmospheric water vapor and carbon dioxide, ...

Time Scales of Climate Change
Erika Grundstrom, Vanderbilt University; Cara Thompson, Santa Monica College; maya elrick, University of New Mexico-Main Campus
This activity introduces students to the fact that climate change occurs at timescales of 1 year to 108 years and there are various drivers to explain these changes. It addresses how scientists detect these scales ...

Ethics, Gender, and Climate Change
Sandra Johanson, Green River Community College
The purpose of the assignment is twofold: first, to expose students to what is sometimes called a "feminist" or "care" perspective in ethics. The second is for students to apply these abstract ideas in ethics to the very real and complex issues relating to climate change in environmental ethics.

Modeling Global Climate Change
Vanessa Svihla, University of Texas at Austin, The
This activity explores the role of energy in global climate change. Students explore netlogo models of climate, and learn about cumulative effects.

Comparing Climate Records from Multiple Locations
Beth Christensen, Adelphi University
This activity is part of the community collection of teaching materials on climate and energy topics. These materials were submitted by faculty as part of the CLEAN Climate Workshop, held in May, 2012 and are not ...

Oceans and Climate Debate
Branwen Williams, Claremont McKenna College
This activity orally tests students understanding of the links between ocean processes and global climate change. It is set up as a debate with students serving as the science experts and volunteer faculty serving ...

Who am I in a Changing Climate?
Karen Litfin, University of Washington-Seattle Campus
Concluding a study of climate change in a course on Global Environmental Politics, stuents engage in a reflection exercise intended to develop their capacities for self-inquiry, self-awareness and integrative learning.

Climate and Solar Radiation
Dorothy Merritts
Cluster of questions on variations in solar radiation influx to Earth's surface. -

Case Study 5.2 - Interpretations: Reading the Book of Earth
Cynthia Fadem, Earlham College
I designed this activity to provide students with a comprehensive experience working with real climate data. Students graph, analyze, and critically interpret ice core data from Greenland. You can implement this ...

Effectively engaging with climate skeptics
Jessica Kleiss, Lewis and Clark College
One of my persistent challenges as a climate scientist involves friendly conversations with my extended (climate skeptic) family over the Thanksgiving table, as I try to inform and guide their perceptions about ...