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# The Change in Carbon Dioxide Levels

Students are presented with a graph of atmospheric becomes CO² values from Mauna Loa Observatory, and are asked to explore the data by creating a trend line using the linear equation, and then use the equation to predict future becomes CO² levels.... (View More)

# Temperature vs. Carbon Dioxide

Students examine graphical and tabular data to determine whether the evidence suggests that becomes CO² concentrations and temperature rise can be linked causally. The resource provides graphs and tabular data for student investigation and a... (View More)

Audience: Middle school
Materials Cost: Free per student

# Observing Visibility and Sky Color

Students become aware of the changes in visibility and sky color due to particles suspended in the air, called aerosols. They observe, document and classify changes in visibility and sky color over several days and understand the relationship... (View More)

# The Fear Factor

Students see that natural hazards present personal and societal challenges by playing a board game that simulates hurricane landfall. Students decide to prepare for, evacuate, do nothing, or stay in their house, and are rewarded for making the right... (View More)

# It's Time to get Cirrus with Clouds!

Learning cloud terminology is supported by this activity where students use cotton balls and construction paper to create cirrus, cumulus, and stratus clouds. A cloud chart and altitude chart are provided for use by students. The resource is part of... (View More)

Audience: Elementary school
Materials Cost: 1 cent - \$1 per student

# Vaporizing Vapor

In this demonstration, relative humidity is modeled using a sponge and a pan of water, and the concept of saturation is depicted. Students answer questions examining the relationship between temperature and the capacity of air to hold water vapor.... (View More)

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