In a Forest's Breath, Deciphering Climate Clues

This podcast features current research of Harvard scientists monitoring the flow of carbon through the forest, an accompanying essay, and an audio slideshow that focuses on land changes in the region over the past centuries.

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Teaching Tips

Teaching Tips

This resource can be used to introduce carbon storage and forests. Have students listen to podcast and read essay and/or view slide show that illustrates how forest landscape has changed over time.

Students could do their own research on how their local landscape has change over time and relate to carbon storage.

Could be part of a middle school geography lesson.

This could be used in a variety of climate investigations.

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