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Oceans cover 71% of the world and are the basis of all life. Although the intake of carbon dioxide into marine ecosystems is a natural process, scientists are observing significant impacts of too much carbon dioxide entering this system. As ocean temperatures rise along with global temperatures, plants and animals struggle to adapt to ​higher temperatures. Increased amounts of carbon dioxide entering an aquatic system leads to an increased rate of ocean acidification.

These activities will explore climate impacts to our oceans.

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hands-on science
 
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art activities
 
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storytelling
 
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Climate Science & Oceans Traveling Trunk

While participating in the Climate Kids activities of art, science and storytelling, students will learn about the importance of marine ecosystems for the environment and understand how these ecosystems are being affected by climate change, ocean acidification, and ocean warming.

Activity Type

Multimedia

Activity Time

Varies

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Climate Science + Oceans Traveling Trunk Training

Learn how to use the Climate Science + Oceans Traveling Trunk with your student group.

While participating in the Climate Kids activities of art, science and storytelling, students will learn about the importance of marine ecosystems for the environment and understand how these ecosystems are being affected by climate change, ocean acidification, and ocean warming.

Activity Type

Video

Activity Time

14 minutes

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General Climate Kids
Resources

Check out the educational materials, coloring books, and fun activities that cover numerous subject topics!

Activity Type

Multimedia

Activity Time

Varies

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