The lesson plans in the kit are designed to to familiarize students with the causes and consequences of ocean acidification, the process by which our ocean is becoming more acidic. In addition to the lesson plans and resources for the lesson plans, the kit includes the supplies and equipment for two experiments. Lesson plans are…

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Observations of changes in sea ice, weather patterns. and Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean marine ecosystems through interviews with scientists and Alaska Natives. Includes Inupiaq names for different types of sea ice. 11 mins. 2012.

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This video includes interviews of scientists and Alaska Natives to highlight Arctic marine mammals and birds (spectacled eiders, phytoplankton bloom timing, ringed seals, ), how they depend on sea ice, and how these animals will cope in the face of climate change. 7 1/2 mins. 2012.

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Alaskans from Unalakleet to Kenai to Ketchikan are witnessing changes to their environment due to climate change. Erosion, invasive species, forest fires, flooding, thawing permafrost, melting ice, insect outbreaks, and shifting animal habitats are many of the changes taking place. This video describes how communities are responding with planning and adaptation to these changes as…

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