Carbon Cycle Resource List

The University of New Hampshire Carbon Cycle team has started to curate a list of resources that compliment GLOBE Carbon Cycle activities and Protocols. These include videos, websites, peer reviewed articles, and a Q&A section with Dr. Scott Ollinger, ecosystem ecologist at UNH and PI on the Carbon Cycle Project.

These resources have been sent to us over the past few years, and have found a home here: https://www.globe.gov/web/leitzel-center/home/carbon-cycle-resources.  As we encounter more, we will continue to build this list. If you have resources that you use when teaching or researching the carbon cycle, please post them in a reply to this blog, or email me at haley.wicklein@unh.edu. Go Carbon!

We have some resources on My NASA Data that may be useful. 

1. A Perspective on Carbon Dioxide https://mynasadata.larc.nasa.gov/mini-lesson/perspective-carbon-dioxide

2. Systems and System Models: Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Model https://mynasadata.larc.nasa.gov/mini-lesson/systems-and-system-models-atmospheric-carbon-dioxide-model-2014

3. Carbon Dioxide Production and Sequestration https://mynasadata.larc.nasa.gov/mini-lesson/carbon-dioxide-production-and-sequestration


Awesome! Thank you Angie!