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TITLE: Climate change, wildlife, and wildlands [kit] : a toolkit for teachers and interpreters / United States Environmental Protection Agency, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
PUBLISHED: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, [2002?]
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette, 1 CD-ROM, 1 letter, 1 wheel card, 12 trail cards ; in container 19 x 23 x 6 cm.
NOTES: Title from container.
NOTES: Shipping list no.: 2002-0229-P.
NOTES: CD-ROM contains 26 facts sheets on climate change, case studies on national parks, outlines and visual aids for trail talks, a short video introduction, a slide show for presentations to large audiences and school groups, and interactive activities such as science experiments, word games, and coloring sheets.
NOTES: Wheel card calculates household greenhouse gas emmissions and shows actions that can be taken to reduce emmissions. Trail cards show different animal and plant species and explain how they are affected by climate changes.
NOTES: Video is in VHS format.
NOTES: Video narrated by Tom Skerritt.
NOTES: "EPA-430-K-0-007"--Wheel card.
NOTES: For use by teachers, park rangers, and outdoor interpreters. Provides information on climate change and its potential impact on wildlife, national parks, and wildlife refuges. Contains four case studies that focus on geographic regions in the United States: Western Mountains and Plains, the Everglades and South Florida, Chesapeake Bay and Assateague Island, and the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest.
SUBJECT: Climatic changes--Florida--Everglades.
SUBJECT: Climatic changes--Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.)
SUBJECT: Climatic changes--Assateague Island (Md. and Va.)
SUBJECT: Climatic changes--West (U.S.)
SUBJECT: Climatic changes--Great Lakes.
SUBJECT: Global warming.
SUBJECT: Videocassettes.
ADDED ENTRY: Skerritt, Tom.
ADDED ENTRY: United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
ADDED ENTRY: United States. National Park Service.
ADDED ENTRY: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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