Carbon Sinks: Modeling the future

Unit 4: Understanding Our Changing Climate: Impact on Oceans
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT use a model to explain how natural and anthropogenic activities impact the flow the carbon on Earth, summarize the results of energy choices on carbon emissions and report how energy choices may affect the environment.

Big Idea: Students use an online simulation to analyze the amount of carbon emissions given off by a set of energy choices and then report their findings out.

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Science, acid rain, Climate Change, ocean, Carbon, carbon cycle, Energy, tides, Sea level rise, map
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