Science - Earth Science
Students will understand the atmospheric processes that support life and cause weather and climate.
All About Glaciers
From NSIDC. Learn about the "life" of a glacier, read general info, or check out links to image databases.
Atmospheric Sciences Data Center
Atmospheric information from NASA.
Carbon Dioxide and the Carbon Cycle
See how carbon dioxide levels affect climate change and how its flow has changed over the past 300 years due to human activity.
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
Find information about global warming as well as the latest on issues and research.
Climate Data Online
On this site you can find over 100 years of climate data.
Information about climate science for both educators and students. Be sure to view the videos that explain climate science.
Dendrochronology: Tree Ring Studies
See what scientists can learn by studying the rings inside a tree.
This Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) web site provides information on Ecosystems, Climate Change, Water, Toxics and more.
EPA: Ozone Depletion
Learn the basics. Become an expert in skin protection; learn about products that are harmful to the ozone layer, and what to use instead.
Earth Science OER Textbook
This Open Educational Resource (OER) textbook has been written specifically for students as a reputable source for them to obtain information aligned to the Utah Science Standards.
Earth's Radiation Budget Facts
The Earth's climate system constantly tries to maintain a balance between the energy that reaches the Earth from the Sun and the energy that is emitted to space. Scientists refer to this process as Earth's "radiation budget".
The purpose of this lesson is to understand that El Nino is caused by changes in atmospheric and ocean content.
Satellite Image Atlas of Glaciers of the World
Provides images and information about glaciers and climate.
The Carbon Cycle
Trace carbon as it moves through earth systems.
From Physical Geography's biosphere chapter.
Statistics of the most prominent feature in our solar system.
US Global Change Research Program
Details on topics such as: atmospheric composition, cycles, ecosystems, and human contributions and responses to climate change.
This is an interactive weather map that shows weather conditions any where you choose. It also shows flood and fault zones.
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