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Ocean Acidification: The Basics

Ocean Acidification: The Basics

More than half of the CO2 emitted by humans has been absorbed by the ocean. Scientists say this means less CO2 in the air, but it also means a change in ocean chemistry — ocean acidification. Now what?

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Ocean Acidification: Vocabulary Game

Ocean Acidification: Vocabulary Game

Test your knowledge! Ocean acidification has 14 important vocabulary words. Educators can use this flashcard game as a pre-test or to check what students have learned. Easily play on screen or print the cards.

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Ocean Acidification Awareness Game

Ocean Acidification Awareness Game

Challenge your brain in the categories of Ocean Dynamics, Ocean Chemistry, and Life in the Ocean! Play your way to ocean acidification knowledge in this multiple-choice game.

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From the Top of the Space Needle: A New View on Carbon Emissions

From the Top of the Space Needle: A New View on Carbon Emissions

A CO2 monitor atop Seattle’s Space Needle supplies empirical data on the city's carbon emissions

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Is the Climate Right for Efficiency in China?

Is the Climate Right for Efficiency in China?

Notes from Asilomar: The 15th Biannual Summer Study, Energy Use In Buildings, of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (August 15–20, 2010).

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HERS It Is

HERS It Is

Blower door equipment is used to measure a home's air leaks. A blower door test is part of the evaluation for determining a home's HERS Index. Photo by: D&R International Remember the day when most men knew the horsepower of their muscle cars? Now most of us are concerned about miles per gallon. But what […]

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