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Resources

Conway, G. (1989). "The Significance of Rising Sea Levels." The Science Teacher, 56(1):63-65.

Gardner, Robert (1987). Energy Projects for Young Scientists. Franklin Watts, NY. ISBN 0-531-15129-8.

Global Tomorrow Coalition, 1990. Global Issues Education Set. Cross-curricula materials for adaptabile for grades 3-12. Activities on biological diversity, population, tropical forests, oceans, and sustainable development. Available from Global Tomorrow Coalition, 1325 G St., NW, Suite 915, Washington, DC 20005; tel. (202) 628-4016.

Houghton, R., and G. Woodwell (1989). "Global Climate Change." Scientific American, 260(4): 36-44.

Houston, David (1979). Understanding the Game of the Environment. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Government Printing Office, Bulletin 46, Stock #001-001-00498-7. A beautifully illustrated guide to understanding ecological principles.

Isom, S. and C. Lail (1989). "A Gas of a Class." The Science Teacher, 56(3):45-47.

Metos, Thomas H. and Gary Bitter (1978). Exploring with Solar Energy. Julian Messner, NY.

Schneider, S.H. (1989). Global Warming. Sierra Club Books, San Francisco, CA.