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Global Climate Change -

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Background Info (diagrams, experiments, informational essays) on Global Warming from Facts on File Science Online

Educational Articles for Students Global Climate Change

Global Warming Articles from Current Science, Science World, Scholastic Science, Science World, Teaching Science, available from EBSCO Student Research Center

News Articles Critical of Global Climate Change Hype:
World Watch - March 6, 2005 - Global Warming: Fighting Off the Ice Age
AP INCORRECTLY CLAIMS SCIENTISTS PRAISE GORE’S MOVIE
Don't Be Very Worried
Scientists respond to Gore's warnings of climate catastrophe
Don't Believe the Hype
Gore as Climate Exaggerator
Global Warming: A Geological Perspective

Gore's online slide show

Other Lessons and WebQuests on Global Climate Change
Online Global Warming Lesson from Exploratorium
http://42explore.com/globewrm.htm
http://www.aip.org/history/climate
http://www.scarborough.k12.me.us/middle/contribute/quest/resourc.htm
http://coe.west.asu.edu/students/rberger/webquest/globalwarming.htm

WebQuest Resources

WebQuest Training Materials

Building Blocks of a WebQuest

Films available from Media Minder

Global Climate Change – from Bill Nye, the Science Guy and Disney

Bill Nye takes an in-depth look at the possible causes of global climate change. Students will learn how scientists measure climate change, see how carbon dioxide affects the temperature of Earth's atmosphere, and hear about the role of fossil fuels.  DVD48601 and DVD 48602; Also available in video V628801