Global Change Instruction Program Publications

The Global Change Instruction Program series was designed by college professors to fill an urgent need for interdisciplinary materials on global change. These materials are aimed at undergraduate students not majoring in science. The modular materials can be integrated into a number of existing courses—in earth sciences, biology, physics, astronomy, chemistry, meteorology, and the social sciences.

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Stratospheric ozone depletion
Effects of changing climate on weather and human activities
The carbon cycle
The principles, structure, and implementation of international environmental law
Energy use by humans
El Niño and the Peruvian anchovy fishery
Climatic variation in Earth history
System behavior and system modeling
Population growth
The Sun-Earth system
Global biogeochemical cycles and the physical climate system
Clouds and climate change
Biological consequences of global climate change