February 28, 2007
GCRIO Program Overview
Our extensive collection of documents.
Archives of the
Global Climate Change Digest
A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999
FROM VOLUME 2, NUMBER 5, MAY 1989
Atmospheric Sciences Education Program. See "Atmospheric
Science: It's More Than Meteorology," G.H. Krockover (Dept. Atmos. Sci.,
Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette IN 47907), D.R. Smith, The Sci. Teacher, 55(1),
36-39, Jan. 1988.
Purdue's program is intended to assist teachers of science in grades 5-9.
Written educational materials and a series of videotapes have been developed
under the title Active Atmosphere.
NASA-CORE--Central Operation of Resources for Educators. Contact
Tina Salyer, Educ. Coord., Lorain County JVS, 15181 Rt. 58 S., Oberlin OH 44074
(216-774-1051, ext. 293).
"Guide to Resources," available at no charge, presents an
inventory of videotape programs, slides, filmstrips, slide programs and other
materials that chronicle NASA's technology and research. Among the subjects
covered are life sciences, physical and atmospheric sciences, and environmental
science. Educators can preview audiovisual materials at NASA Teacher Resource
Environmental Education Materials For Teachers and Young People
(Grades K-12) (OPA 87-022), 15 pp., Aug. 1988. Order from Off. Community
Relations, U.S. EPA, 401 M St. SW, Washington DC 20460 (202-382-4454).
Annotated list of educational materials on environmental issues (workbooks,
lesson plans, newsletters, films, computer software, etc.) produced by various
organizations, on topics such as air and water quality, hazardous waste,
conservation and general environmental awareness.
Selected Sources of Energy-Related Material for School Children and
Educators. Contact National Energy Information Center, EI-231, Energy Info.
Admin., Rm. 1F-048, Forrestal Bldg., 1000 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC
An aid to educators and students in locating free or low-cost energy-related
educational materials for primary and secondary school students. Sources include
U.S. government agencies, private industry and professional societies. Each
annotated entry includes addresses and telephone numbers.
Guide to Publishers
Index of Abbreviations