Changing Climate, Changing World Workshop
Welcome to the online resources for our NSTA workshop Changing Climate, Changing World. This workshop provides information and data-rich classroom activities about the impacts that climate change is having on parts of the Earth system. Below are links to the classroom activities, the workshop presentation, and additional resources.
Presentation: Changing Climate, Changing World (slideshow)
Members download PowerPoint Presentation
Last modified March 11, 2009 by Lisa Gardiner.
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