A reading that shows that climate change can be a selective pressure in natural selection. It explains how the selection of a character that provides an adaptive advantage in a changed environment, leads to the ‘evolutionary rescue’ of a species.
A reading that discusses how chemical bonds in molecules respond to incident IR light and absorb IR energy during certain modes of vibration. The reading includes discussions on the vibrational modes of water vapor and carbon dioxide (CO2) molecules and explains why these gases act as greenhouse gases.
A reading that introduces hydrocarbons, fossil fuels, and the products of combustion of different hydrocarbons such as carbon dioxide- a greenhouse gas.
A reading that explains how the analyses of hydrogen and oxygen isotopes from ice cores determine past temperatures on Earth.
A reading that explains Earth’s equable climate in the past using the theories, Hadley Cells, Convective Cloud Feedback, Polar Stratospheric Clouds, and Tropical Cyclones.
A set of reading resources to learn and understand the economics of climate change.
A reading to learn about the economic analysis of climate change, and various economic policies for climate change adaptation and mitigation.
A reading to learn about the economics of Earth’s environment and climate.
A reading that introduces the topic of glaciers and their formation.
A reading to learn about the effects of climate change on food security and to explore climate change adaptation measures to ensure food security.
A reading to learn about recent changes in hurricane activity, specifically in the Atlantic.
A reading to learn about what affect hurricane activity and the measures that can help in building resilience to the impacts of hurricanes.
A reading that introduces the topic of phenology, its significance, and the link between plant phenology and climate.
A teaching manual for instructors that integrates sustainability themes with mathematics topics for courses or projects in algebra, pre-calculus, or math for liberal arts.
A reading that discusses the use of the law of conservation of angular momentum to explain the extent of Hadley cells.