These links came from a teacher’s site, http://www.everythingesl.net/
Climate Discovery Teacher’s Guide includes lessons on how the sun’s magnetism interacts with the earth’s magnetic field, how scientists study ancient climates, how the earth system works and how climate changes over time, and how climate models are used to predict the future of earth’s climate. (National Center for Atmospheric Research, supported by National Science Foundation).
Visualization Projects includes simulations of more than 40 phenomena: sea ice and CO2, climate change (230-year period), clouds and precipitation, coral reef evolution (starting 21,000 years ago), universal fire shape, fire twirl and burst behavior, tornadoes, thunderstorms, typhoons, El Niño events, greenhouse gases and sulfate aerosols, polar vortex breakdown, CO2 and temperature, CFCs in the ocean, cloud evolution (7-day period), daily weather in the U.S., and more. (National Center for Atmospheric Research, supported by National Science Foundation).
Artic and Antarctic looks at research being conducted in the two polar regions of earth. These vast, icy, inhospitable environments provide “natural laboratories” for scientists to study basic questions: How did the universe begin? Is earth’s climate changing? What are the limits of life in extreme environments? (National Science Foundation).