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CC Minute Podcasts

These Climate Change Minute Podcasts focus in on one aspect of Climate Change or Remote Sensing.  Each podcast is approximately two to three  minutes long.  Podcasts can be found at k12science.nethttp://climatechangeminute.podbean.com or in the iTunes Store at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/climate-change-minute/id444887763  Here is a list of the categories of climate change minutes, followed by the episodes:
  • Carbon Quiz
  • NASA's Role in Climate Assessment
  • Precipitation and the Water Cycle Quiz
  • President Obama's 2014 State of the Union Address -- "Climate Change is a Fact"
  • Just 5 Questions: Community Initiatives Against Climate Change
  • Koshland Science Museum Exhibit -- Earth Lab: Degrees of Change
  • The Great American Adaptation Road Trip
  • President Obama's US Climate Action Plan
  • SmallSat Technology
  • The 10 Most Used Climate Myths
  • Climate Change 101
  • 10 Things You Never Knew About Earth
  • Special Reports
  • Careers
  • Historical Work of Discovering the Ozone Hole Beginning 25 Years Ago
  • Current Findings
  • Remote Sensing
  • Satellite Missions Help Us to Learn About Climate Change
  • Possible Causes of Climate Change
  • Types of Earth Observing Satellites
  • Evidence: How Do We Know?
  • The Seven Essential Principles of Climate Literacy
  • Twenty Questions and Answers About Climate Change
  • Students and Teachers Talking About Climate Change

Carbon Quiz

NASA's Blog

Precipitation and the Water Cycle Quiz

President Obama's 2014 State of the Union Address

Just 5 Questions: Community Initiatives Against Climate Change

Koshland Science Museum -- Earth Lab: Degrees of Change

The Great American Adaptation Road Trip

President Obama's US Climate Action Plan
SmallSat Technology


The 10 Most Used Climate Myths

Climate Change 101

Current Findings

10 Things You Never Knew About Earth
Special Reports
Careers
An Interview on the Historical Work of Discovering the Ozone Hole Beginning 25 Years Ago -- Q and A with a NASA Scientist
Current Findings

Remote Sensing

Satellite Missions Help Us to Learn About Climate Change

Types of Earth Observing Satellites

Evidence:  How Do We Know?

The Seven Essential Principles of Climate Literacy

Twenty Questions and Answers About Climate Change
The Science:
The Impacts:

Students and Teachers Talking About Climate Change

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