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  • Is the climate changing over time? You may have heard different opinions about climate change. In the past few years,…

    Climate Change – Vol. 14 No. 1

  • Test your knowledge on agriculture, habitats, and drought.

    Crossword Puzzle – Natural IQ Climate Change

  • Results from “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire” showed that specific climate conditions were linked to very large wildland fires. The…

    FACTivity – Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

  • Successfully predicting where and when wildfires might occur is important. This prediction is important because of possible environmental and economic…

    Fire and Water: Predicting Future Wildfires in a Changing Climate

  • The scientists in this study were interested in three common periodic changes in sea surface temperatures, called oscillations. In particular,…

    It’s a Small World: How Oceans and Climates Can Affect Wildland Fires Thousands of Miles Away

  • Natural Inquirer Readers for students in grades K-2 focus on a scientist and their research. In this Reader, students will…

    Meet Dr. Warwell!

  • Mussels are very sensitive to changes in the environment which makes them good indicators of the health of an aquatic…

    Mussel Mania: How Streamflow Affects Freshwater Mussels Over Long Time Periods

  • Try this vocabulary word challenge. Fill out the provided graphic organizer answering questions about a glossary term.

    My Word! Challenge – Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire

  • This article looks at how long-term weather patterns affect Carolina Bay Wetlands.

    What Goes Around Comes Around: How Long-Term Weather Patterns Affect Plants in Carolina Bay Wetlands

  • In this article, scientists explore if and how climate and weather are connected to very large wildland fires to help…

    Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: Is Climate Connected to Very Large Wildland Fires?

  • Test your knowledge on invasive species, invertebrates, and freshwater.

    Word Search – Ecosystem Services