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- The Global Warming Effects map could be used as a jumping off point for student research projects. There are a variety of other associated resources on the website.
- There are many related, supporting materials that link off of the map.
About the Science
- While the information looks accurate in the pop-up windows, original data sources are not provided. However the information appears to be related to the IPCC summary for policy makers.
- Passed initial science review - expert science review pending.
About the Pedagogy
- The map shows the varying impacts of climate change globally and addresses how different cultures and regions may be affected.
Technical Details/Ease of Use
- This is a very intuitive visualization that students could use without assistance.
- "What you can do to help" button leads to a follow up page that is not fully functional. The follow up page has three links. Two links are not about things you can do to help but to more information about the effects of global warming and the greenhouse effect, and the third link about Reducing Emissions is broken.
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