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Science Update: State of the Climate, 10/14/2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Anthony Alia
01:12:48
Hi everyone, I’m Anthony from the University of North Georgia
Rebecca Hammonds
01:13:17
Good evening, everyone!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:14:17
Welcome everyone to today's Science Update
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:14:38
You are listening to Deke Arndt, NOAA's NCEI
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:15:21
We would like to thank Bruce Moravchik from NOAA for joining us today.
Emine Sadıkoğlu
01:16:32
Hello from Trabzon, TurkeyThanks!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:17:08
Collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/UdkzYPgD8Po_E
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:17:30
The slides are included in the collection
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:20:10
After the presentation, check out the "dashboard" at the bottom of this page: https://www.climate.gov/
Lisa
01:22:32
is the first picture supposed to be till 2020 or 1991?
robert wilson
01:22:37
Deke,I read someplace that the wavelengths of IR in the arctic are more readily absorbed by GHG. Do you know anything about that?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:24:14
Lisa - through 2020
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:24:29
The second image was a subset of the data, 1991 - 2020.
Seth Vlosich
01:25:12
I was going to wait for questions but don't want to forget. When we look at 1940-1950, then 1950-1960 there doesn't seem to be data to support the pattern typically seen. Why is this? Also, were the same tools used for collection back in the early days or did they change?
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:27:08
El Nino & La Nina (enso) https://www.climate.gov/enso and https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/ninonina.html
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:29:15
Arctic Warming https://www.climate.gov/news-features/featured-images/2020-arctic-air-temperatures-continue-long-term-warming-streak
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
01:29:33
Thanks Bruce for sharing the links.
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:31:02
Arctic Sea Ice: https://www.climate.gov/news-features/understanding-climate/climate-change-arctic-sea-ice-summer-minimum and https://oceantoday.noaa.gov/fullmoon-seaice-whyisitshrinking/welcome.html
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:32:10
Mountain Glacier Ice Change: https://www.climate.gov/news-features/understanding-climate/climate-change-mountain-glaciers#:~:text=Among%20the%20most%20dramatic%20evidence,loss%20of%20mountain%20glaciers%20worldwide.
W. Travis Rogers
01:32:35
Do we have a long term prediction of what might happen with a full Artic sea ice melt?
Kylee Haygood
01:34:27
How do we determine the timeline of what Glacier changes are looking like? ex; the rate of time they're melting at?
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:35:32
Great big picture website: https://climate.nasa.gov/
Joan Bamforth
01:38:00
We saw our effect when COVID lock down happen and waters clears etc
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:39:19
The Very Simple Climate Model: https://scied.ucar.edu/interactive/simple-climate-model
robert wilson
01:39:47
Do GHG prevent heat from the surface from warming the Stratosphere?
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:40:05
Sea Level Rise Education Modules: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/sea-level-rise/welcome.html and https://www.nasa.gov/feature/esnt/2020/educational-resources-on-sea-level-rise
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:40:43
High Tide Flooding Bulletin: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/news/high-tide-bulletin/fall-2021/
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:41:57
ervice planet stewards
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:43:08
Climate and Ocean ecosystems: webinar: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/planet-stewards/webinar-climate-marine-ecosystems-what-is-climate-smart-ocean-management.html
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:43:50
climate change and fisheries: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/planet-stewards/webinar-archives/webinar-climate-marine-fisheries.html
Ronald Allan Vaguchay
01:44:41
Yet, in spite of the scientific evidence at hand, climate change remains the toughest, most intractable political issue we, as a society, have ever faced. This is not to say that there hasn’t been progress. Gallup public opinion polling, especially in the most recent decade, about a third to almost half of the public believes that the seriousness of global warming is generally exaggerated. How can we address this?
Victoria Keaton
01:44:47
When might be a good age/grade to introduce climate change in to the classroom?
Cathie
01:46:54
Victoria in NJ we introduce in kindergarten and is required to be covered in all curriculum areas per NJDOE curriculum requirements
Cathie
01:47:18
Victoria the changes apply to K -12
Stefen Fuller, ETSU
01:48:44
TN science standards also introduce discussion of climate change in kindergarten.
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:49:11
About climate data monitoring: https://www.noaa.gov/education/resource-collections/climate/climate-data-monitoring
Karlee Reed, UNG,Middle Grades Science
01:50:49
Climate change is included in our GA standards for elementary but many students still don’t grasp the extent of it depending on how it is taught.
Missy Holzer
01:51:03
@Victoria Here are the NJ Science Standards, and if you search for climate, you will see how NJ introduces climate in the early grades: https://www.nj.gov/education/cccs/2020/NJSLS-Science.pdf
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:51:49
It's never to early to start teaching kids about climate change. Check out these great resources: https://kidsagainstclimatechange.co/ and https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/planet-stewards/webinar-sharing-climate-story-with-young-learners.html and https://www.globe.gov/web/elementary-globe/overview/climate
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:53:36
The difference between climate and weather: https://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate and https://www.noaa.gov/explainers/what-s-difference-between-climate-and-weather
robert wilson
01:55:44
How long will that curve continue to shift?
robert wilson
01:56:07
Will the curve push into a tipping point of radically different conditions?
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
01:56:26
Are you saying that the winter season is getting shorter?
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
01:56:27
nice weather verses climate handout: https://www.goes-r.gov/downloads/resources/education/documents/climate_vs_weather.pdf
Joan Bamforth
01:59:25
Was in the 80’s in ny today When I was a kid we had frost and temps in 40-50’s
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:00:12
NOAA Climate Change Impacts Education Resource Collection: https://www.noaa.gov/education/resource-collections/climate/climate-change-impacts
Luke Martin
02:00:23
What are some realistic Changes that can be made in the classroom to model for students to better help with Climate Change?
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:01:58
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Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:02:02
Hi Luke, not sure I understand your question
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:02:51
URL in collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/UdkzYPgD8Po_E
Ariel Goss, High School Biology
02:03:18
Going off what Luke said, if we could widespread implement realistic changes, how soon could we see changes. I know when lockdown occurred we saw changes very quickly, but that was extreme changes.
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:03:34
A more detailed report of How Changing Climate Affects Extreme Events: https://sciencecouncil.noaa.gov/Portals/0/Council%20Products/FINAL%20SoS%20Fact%20Sheet%20How%20Changing%20Climate%20Affects%20Extreme%20Events.pdf?ver=2021-04-05-173859-880
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:07:28
What can we do to mitigate climate change: https://www.climate.gov/news-features/climate-qa/what-can-we-do-slow-or-stop-global-warming and https://www.climate.gov/news-features/climate-qa/can-we-slow-or-even-reverse-global-warming
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:08:47
We can be optimistic about climate change! check out this website and subscribe to their newsletter: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/c-change/climateoptimist/
Christina Thompson-Toney
02:09:07
The United States and large countries may be able to recover somewhat, but small island nations like The Bahamas are seeing significant changes in the ocean levels,land mass and damage resulting from strength of hurricanes and high ride floodings.
Christina Thompson-Toney
02:10:42
tide*
robert wilson
02:13:01
Resilience.
Carrie Murphy (she, her)
02:13:04
LOVE hearing your story! Thank you!!!!!
Rick Reynolds, Engaging Every Student
02:13:06
Free lesson plans I helped to create that integrate climate change with other sciences: https://www.baesi.org/teaching-climate-change-earth-science-with-other-sciences/
Elizabeth Cooke
02:13:16
Thank you for sharing your story.
Karlee Reed, UNG,Middle Grades Science
02:13:27
Thank you for sharing Rick!
Patty
02:13:40
Thank you for sharing! Blessings!
Isabel Borges
02:13:44
Thank you!
Sidney
02:13:45
Thank you so much Deke!!!
Peter Lauzon
02:13:47
thank you
Christine McKay
02:13:49
Hear! Hear!
Cathie
02:13:50
Thank you for sharing your story and being so supportive of educators!
Dannah (Dane) Schaffer
02:13:52
Thank you for sharing this story. :-)
Gabriela Capela
02:13:52
thank you!
Rick Reynolds, Engaging Every Student
02:13:53
Sure thing, ­Karlee, and thanks so much, Deke and team!
E_Megan Weinhold
02:13:57
Thanks so much!! That means alot
Victoria Keaton
02:13:58
Thank you!!
Pete Schwartz
02:13:59
Thank you for sharing this story1
Karlee Reed, UNG,Middle Grades Science
02:14:00
Thank you for sharing your story Deke.
Stefen Fuller, ETSU
02:14:00
👏
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:14:11
Thank you!
Peggy Foletta
02:14:17
Thanks you so much. Inspiring story!
Steve Gaskill
02:14:18
Thank you
candace
02:14:22
thank you Deke
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:14:22
Great ( and free) Resources for Teaching about climate: https://cleanet.org/index.html and https://www.priweb.org/science-education-programs-and-resources/teacher-friendly-guide-to-climate-change
robert wilson
02:14:22
Thank you.
Jeremy Brown
02:14:26
Thank you Deke
Connor Loechner
02:14:28
Thank you!
mollie white
02:14:28
Thank you!!
Kiyomi Morita
02:14:30
Thank you so much.
Peter Kane
02:14:30
Thank you! Great job.
Jeff Koncz
02:14:37
Thanks Deke!
Bruce Moravchik (NOAA)
02:14:42
Thank you Deke. That was wonderful>
Lisa
02:14:42
Thank you for sharing :) Very informative and apreciated
Stefen Fuller, ETSU
02:14:49
Thank you!
Kylee Haygood
02:14:49
thank you !
Joan Bamforth
02:14:49
Thank you!
Christina Thompson-Toney
02:14:52
Thank you. much appreciated
Emma Lagattolla
02:14:55
Thank you!
Janet Benefield
02:14:58
Thanks. Great program!
Emine Sadıkoğlu
02:15:00
Thank you Deke. That was wonderful!!!
Jeanette Morin
02:15:00
Thank you!
Missy Holzer
02:15:03
Thank you Deke!
Alexandra Varga
02:15:05
Thank you!!
Timmy Miller
02:15:06
thank you everyone!
ACLS mlp6b
02:15:07
Thanks very much!
Luke Martin
02:15:08
Thank you Deke. Your enthusiasm shows your passion for this topic.
Dr. Debbie Dean
02:15:09
Thank you Deke!!!
Flavio Mendez, NSTA
02:15:13
Collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/UdkzYPgD8Po_E
Beth Grasser WV
02:15:17
Thank you
Kim McMillan
02:15:22
Thank you!