NASA eClips Bundle: The Carbon Cycle Collection

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Carbon is an essential building block for life. The resources in this bundle will explain how this life-sustaining element moves through the environment.

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Resources in “NASA eClips Bundle: The Carbon Cycle” Collection

Title Resource Type File Type
1 NASA eClips Video -- Real World: The Carbon Cycle - Essential for Life on Earth

Carbon is an essential building block for life. Learning how carbon is converted through slow- and fast-moving cycles helps us understand how this life-sustaining element moves through the environment. Discover how NASA measures carbon through both field work and satellite imagery keeping watch through its eyes on the sky, on Earth, and in space.

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2 NASA Science Mission Directorate - Carbon Cycle User File Web Page
3 NASA TERRA - Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems User File Web Page
4 NASA Earth Observatory - Carbon Cycle User File Web Page
5 NASA Climate Kids - Why is Carbon Important? User File Web Page
6 NASA Climate Kids - The Greenhouse Effect: Keeping the Balance (Play OFFSET) User File Web Page
7 NASA - Carbon Quiz User File Web Page
8 GLOBE - Carbon Cycle User File Web Page
9 My NASA Data - Earth Systems: Matter and Energy Cycle (Carbon Cycle) User File Web Page
10 My NASA Data - Investigating Deforestation Using Landsat User File Web Page
11 My NASA Data - Using a series of Landsat images to estimate a forest's age User File Web Page
12 My NASA Data -Carbon Dioxide Production and Sequestration User File Web Page
13 Poker Chip Model: Global Carbon Pools and Fluxes User File Web Page
14 GLOBE - Carbon Cycle Learning Activities User File Web Page
15 My NASA Data - Where in the world are major environmental changes? User File Web Page