Toolkit: Teaching Confidence Interval, Student’s t-distribution, Uncertainty and Trends with Hurricane Intensity Data

As a teacher of undergraduate Statistics you can use this set of computer-based tools when teaching topics such as Confidence Interval, student’s t-distribution and Uncertainty in the given data-set.   For a teacher of undergraduate Geography or Earth Sciences, this activity will help students develop a better understanding of the disasters, how climate change may be impacting hurricanes, as well as calculating trends and understanding uncertainty.

Toolkit: Teaching Correlation Statistics with the help of ENSO and Temperature related Data

As a teacher of undergraduate Statistics you can use this set of computer-based tools when teaching topics such as finding Correlation between different variables in the data-set. As a teacher of undergraduate Geography or Earth Sciences, you can make use of this teaching toolkit to teach topics such as Relationships between SOI, precipitation, river discharge, and agricultural yields; The effect of ENSO on the tropical atmosphere.

Toolkit: Teaching Hadley Circulation, Heat Transport in the Atmosphere, and Global Precipitation Patterns and the Distribution of Deserts

As a teacher of high school or undergraduate Geography or Earth Sciences, you can use this set of computer-based tools when teaching about heat transport in the atmosphere, atmospheric circulation and the Hadley Cell. This toolkit can also be used to address topics such as global precipitation patterns, distribution of deserts on Earth, Coriolis effect, trade winds, and the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ).

Toolkit: Teaching Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Isotopes and Isotopic Ratios, and Isotopic Compositions as Climate Proxies with Climate-Related Examples

As a teacher of high school or undergraduate Chemistry, you can use this set of computer-based tools when teaching concepts of Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Isotopes and Isotopic Ratios and the how isotopic ratios are used to calculate temperature, and using isotopic composition to recreate past temperatures and climate.

Toolkit: Teaching pH Scale and Acidification by using Climate-related Examples

As a teacher of high school or undergraduate Chemistry, you can use this set of computer-based tools when teaching the pH scale, acids and bases, acidification and Environmental Chemistry.

Your current lesson plan can be augmented with this additional classroom/laboratory activity that allows students to understand the pH scale and acidification by analyzing the effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide on ocean chemistry. The activity will also explore the potential effects of climate change on ocean acidification, and the possible impacts of ocean acidification on marine organisms.