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ERIC Number: EJ1403589
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2023
Pages: 4
Abstractor: ERIC
ISSN: ISSN-1933-8341
EISSN: EISSN-1752-6884
Utilizing Remote Sensing to Understand Climate-Land Interactions
Cerian Gibbes
Geography Teacher, v20 n3 p112-115 2023
This article presents an introduction to the use of remote sensing for the study of climate-land interactions. The article begins with a brief review of current climate change knowledge and then examines the bidirectional relationship within climate-land interactions. Using select examples from the scientific literature, the article discusses the role and contributions of remotes sensing to our current understanding of climate-land interactions and the global impacts of climate change. The aim is to provide content that teachers can use in the creation of lesson plans focused on climate change and its global impacts. Relevant teacher resources include interactive tools that allow students to visually analyse climate patterns and impacts across the United States and globally. The material presented and resources provided are suitable for use in introductory Environmental Science and Physical Science courses and could be adapted for advanced courses.
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Language: English
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