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Global temperature changes, 1850-2000
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produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2016), 12 secs
Global temperature changes, 1850-2000. Animated graph showing the trend in global surface temperature changes between the years 1850 and 2000. The graph shows both the observed temperature change (red line) and the changes as predicted by a climate change simulation (green line). This simulation models changes due...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2016), 12 secs
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The Green Guide, Bedroom
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presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
Paint, flooring, and lighting all create your bedroom's unique look. Here's how to choose eco-friendly versions for a healthy night's sleep.
presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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The Green Guide, Kitchen
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presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 4 mins
From making a cup of coffee to cooking the perfect meal, the kitchen is the heart of the house. What you might not realize is that it's also the place where you use the most energy.
presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 4 mins
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The Green Guide, Laundry Room
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presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
Clean clothes are a must, but so is a clean environment. Find out how to get both, by following these tips in the laundry room.
presented by Patty Kim, fl. 2004-2017; produced by National Geographic Film & Television, in The Green Guide (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 3 mins
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Greenhouse Gas Emission from Earth
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produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2012), 1 min
The pollution of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere (air) along with the radiation of the sun causes the ozone and atmosphere to warm and become damaged.
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2012), 1 min
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Habitable Planet, Unit 1, Many Planets, One Earth
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produced by Alex Griswold, fl. 1982, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 1 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins

Astronomers have discovered dozens of planets orbiting other stars, and space probes have explored many parts of our solar system, but so far scientists have only discovered one place in the universe where conditions are suitable for complex life forms: Earth. In this unit, examine the unique characteristics that...

produced by Alex Griswold, fl. 1982, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 1 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins
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Habitable Planet, Unit 2, Atmosphere
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produced by Alex Griswold, fl. 1982 and Tobias McElheny, fl. 1998, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 2 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins

The atmosphere is a critical system that helps to regulate Earth's climate and distribute heat around the globe. In this unit, discover the fundamental processes that cause atmospheric circulation and create climate zones and weather patterns, and learn how carbon cycling between atmosphere, land, and ocean reserv...

produced by Alex Griswold, fl. 1982 and Tobias McElheny, fl. 1998, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 2 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins
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Habitable Planet, Unit 3, Oceans
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produced by John Browne, fl. 1983, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 3 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins

Oceans cover three-quarters of the Earth's surface, but many parts of the deep oceans have yet to be explored. Learn about the large-scale ocean circulation patterns that help to regulate temperatures and weather patterns on land, and the microscopic marine organisms that form the base of marine food webs.

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produced by John Browne, fl. 1983, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 3 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins
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Habitable Planet, Unit 4, Ecosystems
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produced by Alex Griswold, fl. 1982 and Tobias McElheny, fl. 1998, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 4 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins

Why are there so many living organisms on Earth, and so many different species? How do the characteristics of the nonliving environment, such as soil quality and water salinity, help determine which organisms thrive in particular areas? These questions are central to the study of ecosystems—communities of living...

produced by Alex Griswold, fl. 1982 and Tobias McElheny, fl. 1998, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 4 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins
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Habitable Planet, Unit 5, Human Population Dynamics
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produced by Clive A. Grainger, fl. 1999, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 5 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins

What factors influence human population growth trends most strongly, and how does population growth or decline impact the environment? Does urbanization threaten our quality of life or offer a pathway to better living conditions? What are the social implications of an aging world population? Discover how demograph...

produced by Clive A. Grainger, fl. 1999, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, in Habitable Planet, Unit 5 (District of Columbia: Annenberg Learner, 2007), 28 mins
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