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- Scientific Accuracy
- Alignment of Learning Goals, Activities, and Assessments
- Pedagogic Effectiveness
- Robustness (usability and dependability of all components)
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This page first made public: Apr 10, 2006
This material was originally created for Starting Point:Introductory Geology
and is replicated here as part of the SERC Pedagogic Service.
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Key learning objects include:
- learn about the structure of Earth's atmosphere;
- learn about stratospheric ozone:
- how it is produced and destroyed,
- where it is located,
- why it is important,
- and how it is changing.
- learn about the average vertical distribution of ozone and the vertical location of the ozone hole;
- learn about ozone measurement and measurement units appropriate for ozone concentrations;
- learn about factors that may influence the timing of the ozone hole recovery.
Context for Use
Description and Teaching Materials
Ozone Activity (Acrobat (PDF) 180kB Feb11 04) This is available for student download at the Stratospheric ozone learning Module link above.
Ozone Activity Answers (Acrobat (PDF) 182kB Feb11 04)