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The Carbon: Transformations in Matter and Energy (Carbon TIME) teaching units are designed for middle and high school science classes. They focus on processes that transform matter and energy in organisms, ecosystems, and global systems. Four units, Systems and Scale, Plants, Animals, and Decomposers, examine matter and energy in flames and individual organisms.

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The Beachapedia website from Surfrider Foundation is similar to Wikipedia, but with articles that focus on beach and ocean issues. Topics include Beach Preservation and Access, Clean Water, Climate Change Adaptation, and more. Check out the Coastal Factoids and contribute links to educational materials on specific subjects. The information is also available in Spanish.

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Explore the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation's Coral Reef Ecology Curriculum and learn about the underwater world of coral reefs. This free comprehensive curriculum contains background information, lesson plans, interactive exercises, graphics, photos, videos, worksheets, and quizzes. Try it now to explore custom units on a wide range of topics including classification, anatomy, feeding, and reproduction. You can even create an account to keep track of your scores on quizzes (or the progress of your students), earn badges, and learn at your own pace. Materials can be used sequentially or individually.

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NASA's Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet website features a diverse set of resources related to the measurement, analysis, and dangers of global climate change. Interactive features include the Climate Time Machine, which allows users to go backward and forward through four different climate indicators including Sea Ice, Sea Level, Carbon Dioxide, and Global Temperature. Other resources include the water cycle, a virtual tour, and more.

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