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Abrupt Climate Change Rusty Low, Ph.D. University of Colorado
American Eel ESSEA Team IGES
Amphibian Crisis Dr. Neal Grandgenett University of Nebraska-Omaha
Arctic Oscillation Robert Myers IGES
Barnett Shale Jeff Lauman University of Texas at Tyler
Biofuels . . . or Bio-fools? Jennifer Thayer-Wood Fort Hays State University
Black Carbon (Soot) Robert Myers IGES
Brazilian Deforestation Bob Myers IGES
California Climate: Pacific Ocean Connection Steve LaDochy California State University, Los Angeles
California Wildfires H. Prentice Baptiste New Mexico State University
Carbon City Paul Adams Fort Hays State University
Carbon Monoxide: Its Environmental Impact Michael Witiw Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Carbon Sequestration and the Copenhagen Accord Michael Odell University of Texas at Tyler
Civic Development of a Wetland Jen O'Keefe Morehead State University
Climate Change: Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum Bob Myers IGES
Contrails and Global Climate Change Matthew Nyman University of New Mexico
Coral Reefs ESSEA Project IGES
Cropland Soils Jen O'Keefe Morehead State University
Dust Bowl: Is Climate Change Starting Another? Howard Dimmick Massachusetts Marine Educators
Dust World Paul Adams Fort Hays State University
Earth as a System: Hurricane Sandy IGES Staff Myers IGES
Earth System Science in Your Backyard Carlyn Buckler Paleontological Research Institution
El Nino Bob Myers IGES
Fracking Marcellus Shale ESSEA Staff IGES
Galveston Hurricane of 1900 Bob Myers IGES
Global Climate Change Bob Myers IGES
Global Climate Change: Albedo Bob Myers IGES
Global Climate Change: Permafrost and the Changing Arctic Bob Myers IGES
Great Lakes' Changing Environment Bob Myers IGES
Great Pacific Garbage Patch: A Plastic Vortex ESSEA Team IGES
Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone Chris Simoniello, Ph.D. Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System
Gulf Oil Spill Robert Myers IGES
Hurricane Katrina Theresa Schwerin IGES
Ice Core: Frozen Time Machines ESSEA Team IGES
Ice Sheets Bob Myers IGES
Infectious Disease and Climate Change: Is Climate Change Responsible for the Spread of West Nile Virus? Matthew Nyman University of New Mexico
Is Climate Change a Problem? ESSEA Staff IGES
Is the Answer Blowing in the Wind? Jennifer Thayer-Wood Fort Hays State University
Little Ice Age Barney Peterson Everett Washington Public Schools
Methane: The other greenhouse gas Leigh Sturgess-Lace Edmonds, Washington Public Schools
Mountain Glaciers: Going, Going, Gone? Howard Dimmick MA MARINE EDUCATORS
Mt. Pinatubo ESSEA Staff IGES
No Fish for You! Bob Myers IGES
Ocean Acidification Bob Myers IGES
Phytoplankton Blooms and Climate Change Howard Dimmick MA Marine Educators
Precipitation: The Dry Gets Drier; the Wet, Wetter? Bob Myers IGES
Salt Water Intrusion Tara Root Florida Atlantic University
Sea Ice ESSEA Team IGES
Sea Level Change/Coastal Inundation Bob Myers IGES
Stratospheric Ozone ESSEA Staff IGES
Sulfur Dioxide: Its Role in Climate Change Michael Witiw Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide
Sunspots Michael Witiw Seattle Pacific University
Sustaining My Community with Renewable Energy Paul Adams Fort Hays State University
Terraforming Mars: The Poles and Beyond ESSEA Team IGES
The Camanchaca Mike Witiw Seattle Pacific University
The Case of the Disappearing Salmon Pedro Ramirez California State University, Los Angeles
The Chesapeake Bay Challenge IGES Staff Myers Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
The Great Ocean Conveyor Belt and Abrupt Climate Change Bob Myers IGES
The Role of Clouds in Global Climate Change: The Blanket vs The Umbrella Matthew Nyman University of New Mexico
The White Hurricane: Fury of a Winter Storm (Pilot) Tina Cartwright Marshall University
Thermal Islands Michael Witiw Seattle Pacific University
Three Gorges Dam Scott Hanes Liberty-Eylau High School
Tsunami: 2004 Boxing Day Mitchell Klett Northern Michigan University
Water Vapor: Feedback or Forcing? Matthew Nyman University of New Mexico
When the Extremes Become the Means Paul Adams Fort Hays State University
Where Did My Beach Go? Tara Root Florida Atlantic University
Yucatan Impact Julia Olsen University of Arizona

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