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Where in the World Is Carbon Dioxide? The Potential Impact of Rising Levels of Carbon Dioxide on U.S. Forests

This article is from Issue Where in the World is Carbon Dioxide (Climate Change Monograph Series) - Vol. 1 No. 4.

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Education Standards Correlations

Reflection Section Answer Guide

"Science Topics" covered in this article:
  • Earth Science

"Environmental Topics" covered in this article:
  • Atmosphere (Students)
  • Carbon Storage
  • Natural Processes (Students)

Specific "Thinking About Science" Themes:
  • Scientific Topics
  • The Scientific Process

Specific "Thinking About the Environment" Themes:
  • Atmosphere
  • Carbon storage
  • Natural Processes

NSE Standards covered in this article:
  • Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry (A)
  • Diversity and adaptations of organisms (C)
  • Nature of science (G)
  • Populations, resources and environments (F)
  • Properties and Changes of Properties in Matter
  • Risks and benefits (F)
  • Science and technology in society (F)
  • Science as a human endeavor (G)
  • Structure and function in living systems (C)
  • Structure of the earth system (D)
  • Understandings about scientific inquiry (A)