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How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate

Scientists and Kids Explore Global Warming
Cherry, Lynne (Book - 2008 )
How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate
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"This volume describes where scientists look to find evidence of climate change--from changes in bird migration patterns and fruit blossom dates, to obtaining tree rings and mud cores--and especially how students and other citizen-scientists are assisting to monitor climate change, as well as what can be done to mitigate global warming"--Provided by publisher.
Authors: Cherry, Lynne
Title: How we know what we know about our changing climate
scientists and kids explore global warming
Publisher: Nevada City, CA : Dawn Publications, c2008
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 66 p. :,col. ill., col. map ;,24 x 29 cm
Statement of Responsibility: by Lynne Cherry and Gary Braasch ; with a foreword by David Sobel
Summary: "This volume describes where scientists look to find evidence of climate change--from changes in bird migration patterns and fruit blossom dates, to obtaining tree rings and mud cores--and especially how students and other citizen-scientists are assisting to monitor climate change, as well as what can be done to mitigate global warming"--Provided by publisher.
Additional Contributors: Braasch, Gary
ISBN: 1584691042
9781584691044
1584691034
9781584691037
Branch Call Number: j 551.6 C522h 2008
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 60-62) and index
Subject Headings: Global warming Juvenile literature Climatic changes Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Global warming
Climatic changes
LCCN: 2007037255
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Describes where scientists look to find evidence of climate change--from changes in bird migration patterns and fruit blossom dates, to obtaining tree rings and mud cores. How are students and other citizen-scientists are assisting to monitor climate change? What can be done to mitigate global w... Read More »

Describes where scientists look to find evidence of climate change--from changes in bird migration patterns and fruit blossom dates, to obtaining tree rings and mud cores--and especially how students and other citizen-scientists are assisting to monitor climate change, as well as what can be done... Read More »


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