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dungeness crab
Hi all Dungeness crab are an abundant and valuable species throughout national marine sanctuaries along the West Coast of the United States. NOAA research shows that crabs in their early larval stages are vulnerable to low pH seawater.  West...
Some folks in this group might be interested in this new (free) resource from Cornell on communicating climate change as educators (if you haven't already seen it).   http://www.cornellopen.org/9781501730795/communicating-climate-change/
Finally, Global Weirding is a YouTube channel featuring Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. In this space, she talks about climate issues through various lenses from the Arctic to developing countries and geoengineering to natural cycles. Dr. Hayhoe uses solid...
A great video to give you a good picture of what climate is, how climate has changed over time, and how humans are currently disrupting climate is the History of Climate on Earth. This 11-minute SciShow video narrated by Hank Green a cheeky view...
If you want the most up-to-date picture of what is happening in climate science, check out Climate Science: What's New? My OneNOAA Science Seminar – 07/2018. In this 45-minute video, climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe reviews the latest science in a...
Real Climate
The Real Climate website has been continually updated since 2007 with the latest climate research and climate communication materials. It is laid out in sections starting for “Complete Beginners”, “Those with Some Knowledge”, “Informed, but in...
The Smithsonian Making Sense of Climate Change Page has reference articles and multimedia as well as a six-part video series that walks through climate from what climate is, to how humans interact with climate, to how climate has changed over time,...
This poster from the September 2016 issue of National Geographic is still one of the best visualizations I've seen of climate change impacts to aquatic ecosystems along the Pacific coast. It's beautifully illustrated and features lots of great...
Advocates can make progress on polarized issues by finding new ways into engaging people in different perspectives, rather than trying to knock down the front door with a barrage of facts.

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