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  • Investi-gator is a sister publication to Natural Inquirer, serving students in grades 4 or higher. In this Investi-gator edition, you…

    Animals and Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States Investi-gator (Rocky Mountain Research Station) – Vol. 3 No. 1

  • Is there a point when a tree doesn’t hold enough carbon to make up for the emissions released to care…

    Balancing Act – Climate Change Monograph Series Vol. 1 No. 3

  • Too much carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere is mostly caused by two things: burning fossil fuels and the loss…

    Balancing Act: Urban Trees and the Carbon Cycle

  • In this study, the scientists wanted to test a method of calculating the amount of carbon stored by plants across…

    Beam Me Down, Scotty: The Use of Airborne and Satellite Technology to Measure Carbon in Hawaiian Forests

  • Investi-gator is a sister publication to Natural Inquirer serving students in grades 4 or higher. This Investi-gator edition focuses on…

    Climate Change Investi-gator (Pacific Northwest Research Station) – Vol. 1 No. 2

  • The scientists in this study were interested in environmental changes occuring in the Southern United States. The scientists were interested…

    Everything but the Carbon Sink: Carbon Storage in the Southern United States

  • After reading “Logjams and Beaver Dams,” see how much you learned by trying out the eyeChallenge. Each image is taken…

    eyeChallenge – Logjams and Beaver Dams

  • After reading the Woodsy Owl edition of Natural Inquirer, test what you learned with an eyeChallenge. Look at each of…

    eyeChallenge – Woodsy Owl

  • The scientists in this study conducted an experiment to see how much carbon is stored in a tree’s roots versus…

    FACELook – Vol. 1 No. 1

  • The scientists in this study wanted to know how rising levels of carbon dioxide in the troposphere might affect the…

    FACELook! Exploring the Relationship Between Carbon, Photosynthesis, and the Roots of Trees

  • In this FACTivity, you will grow your own speleothem. At the end of this FACTivity, you answer the following question:…

    FACTivity – A Tale of Two Caves

  • In this FACTivity, you will research different types of native trees in your area and select one that should be…

    FACTivity – Balancing Act