ACE Science Reports and Worksheets
Want a simple explanation of El Niño? Ever wondered how scientists get past temperature from an ice core?
Look no further. The following Science Reports written by ACE Director of Education Reb Anderson cover these topics and many more in a short, easy-to-understand format that’s perfect for high school students.
These reports cover many of the higher-level — and incredibly fascinating — aspects of climate change that aren’t covered in the ACE Assembly.
Each report also comes with an accompanying student worksheet.
Looking for a climate science topic that’s not covered here? Email Reb.
Note: All science reports and worksheets are in Google Document format. Go to File > Download As to download the report and worksheet as a Microsoft Word document or PDF.
It’s bad for our health and bad for the climate.
Coal really is the dirtiest fossil fuel.
We’ve all heard of it. But what is it, really?
Turns out the oceans have a lot to do with the temperatures we feel on land.
It’s more than just taking it out to dinner.
It’s about isotopes.
Don’t try this at home…
Can we hide that extra CO2 in the ocean?
Wasn’t it a lot hotter back when dinosaurs were around?
They’re also known as “fire ice.”
Is 350 ppm a magic number for the planet?
It’s more than just warmer weather…