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The Podcast: Ocean Acidification Impacts is a segment of the Web Seminar NOAA: The Heat is On! Climate Change and Coral Reef Ecosystems I, April 2, 2009. The podcast is 3 minutes 32 seconds in duration.
The source Web Seminar was the first of two scheduled as a follow-up to the The Heat is On! Climate Change an Coral Reef Ecosystems Symposium that took place at the NSTA National Conference on Science Education in New Orleans, LA. In the program Dr. Gledhill talked about ocean acidification, the basic carbon dioxide chemistry cycle of the oceans, and the changes coral reef ecosystems are experiencing due to anthropogenic increases in carbon dioxide.
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Ideas For Use
This resource can be used by new teachers of Earth science, environmental science, and/or life science or by those who have not taught the topics of climate change, ocean ecology, and/or corals ecosystems in a long time. The presenters provide content update for understanding. Teachers may wish to share this information with their students.
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Global climate change
|Intended User Role:||Learner, Teacher
|Educational Issues:||Teacher content knowledge, Teacher preparation
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