Author: Karina Selby

NASA Educator Resources

NASA Education Materials NASA is the most obvious place to look information on Space, but it can be difficult to find what you need.  This link takes you to a searchable database that is supremely easy to use; you can…

Weather Wiz Kids

Weather Wiz Kids This website is yet another massive resource that is full of kid-friendly (as well as teacher and parent-friendly) information about weather AND climate, to include sections on clouds, fog, thunderstorms, lightning, blizzards, hurricanes, tornadoes and more.  An…

NWS–Online School for Weather

NOAA’s National Weather Service “Online School for Weather” This link will take you to an alphabetized list of lessons and activities that range from 5 minutes to an hour long, all demonstrating characteristics of weather or atmosphere.  The lessons appear…

Time-Lapse Video of Coastal Erosion near Point Barrow

Please click the photo to view the short video. The University of Colorado has undertaken a study into the unusually rapid erosion that is taking place now and does not appear to be slowing down anytime soon.  This video shows…

More than Sea Ice

Arthropolis Maps of Arctic Areas at the Top of the World This website, while a little gaudy, is a wealth of information on all things arctic, dedicating several pages to the discussion of not just sea ice, but icebergs, exploration…