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About the Science
- Studies the causes and effects of increased melting of ice in Antarctica.
- Comment from expert scientist: This will bring awareness about the important issues of Climate change and Global Warming and the impact on the polar regions. Which can be considered as the thermometers of the globe..
About the Pedagogy
- Discusses how glacier melt is attributed to natural and anthropogenic (human-influenced) changes.
- The content and video are very compelling.
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