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Teaching Climate With Models:

 
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Climate Bathtub Model - Rising then Falling Emissions

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Summary: This animation shows a version of the "Climate Bathtub" model. In the Climate Bathtub (or Carbon Bathtub) model, the amount of water in the tub represents the amount of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere.

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Climate Sensitivity Calculator

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Summary: The amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in Earth's atmosphere has changed over time. In the distant past, natural phenomena (such as volcanic eruptions) altered the amount of CO2 in our planet's air.

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Teaching Climate With Models: Future Climate Projections 2-28-2012

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Summary: Web Seminar Recorded Archive

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Teaching Climate With Models: Solving The Problems Of Energy,Carbon, And Climate

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Summary: April 25, 2013, Web Seminar Recorded Archive

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Teaching Climate with Models - Breathing of the Earth ppt.ppt

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Summary: June 11, 2012, Web Seminar PowerPoint Presentation

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Teaching Climate With Models--Future Climate Projections 2-28-2013.ppt

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Summary: Web Seminar PowerPoint Presentation

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Teaching Climate With Models--Solving the Problems of Energy Carbon and Climate..ppt

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Summary: April 25, 2013, Web Seminar PowerPoint Presentation

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The Very, Very Simple Climate Model

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Summary: This is the most recent version of The Very, Very Simple Climate Model. You can use it to explore how the rate of carbon dioxide emissions affects the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere and Earth's climate.

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Webinar - Teaching Climate with Models: Breathing of the Earth

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Summary: Animation links

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Webinar - Teaching Climate with Models: Future Climate Projections

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Webinar - Teaching Climate with Models: Future Climate Projections

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Summary: Spark staff member Randy Russell and Scott Denning, professor of atmospheric science at Colorado State University, presented a webinar (web-based seminar) on February 28, 2013.

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What the world needs to watch

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Summary: Global warming is mainly the result of CO2 levels rising in the Earth’s atmosphere. Both atmospheric CO2 and climate change are accelerating. Climate scientists say we have years, not decades, to stabilize CO2 and other greenhouse gases.