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Resource Image Podcast: The Heat is On! Climate Change and Coral Reef Ecosystems : Effects of Ocean Acidifcation on Coral Reefs
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Grade Level: Elementary School, High School, Informal Education, Middle School

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The Podcast: The Heat is On! Climate Change and Coral Reef Ecosystems : Effects of Ocean Acidifcation on Coral Reefs is a segment of the Web Seminar The Heat is On!: Climate Change and Coral Reef Ecosystems, April 2, 2009. The podcast is 6 minutes 6 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 this 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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Science Discipline: (mouse over for full classification)
Global climate change
Air
Water
Atmosphere
Hydrosphere
Oceans
Earth system evolution
Geologic time
Environmental change
Asking questions
Collecting data
Measuring
Modeling
Observing
Predicting
Using technology
Intended User Role:Elementary-Level Educator, High-School Educator, Learner, Middle-Level Educator, Teacher
Educational Issues:Professional development, Teacher content knowledge, Teacher preparation

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