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- This resource can be used to introduce carbon storage and forests. Have students listen to podcast and read essay and/or view slide show that illustrates how forest landscape has changed over time.
- Students could do their own research on how their local landscape has change over time and relate to carbon storage.
- Could be part of a middle school geography lesson.
- This could be used in a variety of climate investigations.
About the Science
- Resource presents on interesting story of how scientists measure carbon flow in a forest as well as a history of changes in land use in the region that occurred due to social changes and agricultural practices.
About the Pedagogy
- The video is part of an NPR interview. It is accompanied by a transcript of the interview and a slide show.
- Good also for illustrating different careers in science to students.
- Good for visual and auditory learners.
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