- The US Environmental Protection Agency's site for schools --actually the current administration has taken this site down as of spring 2017
- The Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets - K-12 Education Overview
- The Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheet (Kansas University) sea level rise maps
- NOVA - "Mountain of Ice: If the Ice Melts
- Climate Wizard: a user-friendly visualization tool for historic and predicted temperature and rainfall maps
- Frequently Asked Questions about Climate Change (at the CO2 Information Analysis Center of the US Department of Energy)
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