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Publisher: National Public Radio
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This article from NPR explains why the effects of global warming may not have been noticeable during the past few years. The article warns that there are several factors, such as…
  
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Publisher: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
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This web page is a module for Grades 6-9 on the processes associated with global climate change. It contains background information on the carbon cycle, greenhouse gas concentration,…
  
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Publisher: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
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This web page is a module on the Earth's greenhouse effect. It contains background information for teachers on the atmospheric gases that absorb and trap heat to make our planet…
  
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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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This applet lets you explore how greenhouse gases change the climate. You can select the level of atmospheric greenhouse gases during an ice age, in the year 1750, today, or some…
  
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Publisher: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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This site provides a description of how research teams from the Lawrence Livermore and the Los Alamos National Laboratories are joining forces to develop a physics-based model of…
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R. Egler; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers, Phys. Teach., 28 (9), 599 (1990).
This article, from The Physics Teacher, explains how water puts out fires. It also contains a description of how firefighters determine the water pressure for their hoses--and this…
  
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Publisher: The Pembina Institute
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This page provides turn-key directions for a project to build a solar oven. The construction kit calls for simple materials such as cardboard and duct tape, and includes a…
  
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Publisher: Department of Energy
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This website provides an introduction to the U.S. Department of Energy's research and development into concentrating solar power. The site outlines the department's three main…
  
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This web page provides an activity on energy transfer through radiation. Students investigate the relative absorption of light energy by water, light soil, and dark soil. The…
  
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Publishers: Public Broadcasting Service and WGBH Educational Foundation
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This PBS NOVA web site offers four features on solar energy. It includes resources on new technologies, questions and answers about solar energy, an example of a solar house, and a…
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