Cyber Amparo

Treasure Hunt: Global Warming I

An Interactive Treasure Hunt for
Mr. Blankenship’s Honors Biology Class
Rock Hill High School, Rock Hill, SC

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January 16, 2010 Posted by | Enviroment, Treasure Hunts | Leave a comment

WebQuest: Global Warming IV

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WebQuest: Global Warming III

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WebQuest: Global Warming II

A Global Warming Webquest for Fourth Grade

Designed by

Seana Beilein, Amy Brundage, & Kelly O’Neill

January 16, 2010 Posted by | Enviroment, Global Warming, Webquests | Leave a comment

Bitesize: Global Warming

Energy generation from fossil fuels produces a build-up of gases – principally carbon dioxide and methane – which is thought to be a major cause of global warming.

January 15, 2010 Posted by | Beginner Level, Enviroment, Geography | Leave a comment

WebQuest: Global Warming

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WebQuest: Enviroment

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Enviroment for Young Europeans

On this website you can discover by yourself or together with your friends and classmates what the environment is and what is happening to it. It focuses on four themes that I think are very important and which the European Union has decided to concentrate on for the next 10 years: air, water, waste and nature.

November 23, 2009 Posted by | Enviroment, European Commission | Leave a comment

European Commission. Energy Action

Energy is the big story in Europe now – and you have a major role to play!

November 23, 2009 Posted by | Enviroment, European Commission | Leave a comment

Tropical Oceans

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The most amazing features of tropical oceans are its beautiful and fragile coral reefs.

What is a coral reef?

A reef is a coral community consisting of several thousand organisms living together. Although it looks like a dormant underwater bush, the reef is very much alive. Reefs grow very slowly over time. In fact, an inch of coral reef takes nearly 100 years to grow!

There are many threats to coral reefs. These include unsustainable fishing practices (using cyanide and dynamite), and pollution.

April 26, 2009 Posted by | Enviroment | Leave a comment