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SCI-LINK/ GLOBE-NET/ ACID RAIN PUBLICATIONS


SCI-LINK/ GLOBE-NET PUBLICATIONS
North Carolina State University 1991-present
The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc. 1981-1996
Anderson, N. D. (1992). Carbon Dioxide and Global Climate Change. Science Activities. 29(3): 31-38.

Anderson, N. D. (1993). Scientists: Tips for Making Presentations to Teachers. SCI-LINK/ GLOBE-NET. North Carolina State University. ISBN 935577-58-0.  pp 1-12.

Anderson, N. D. (1994). Tips for Doing Library Research. SCI-LINK/ GLOBE-NET. North Carolina State University. ISBN 935577-61-0.  pp 1-19.

Anderson, N. D. (1994). Tips for Writing on the Computer. SCI-LINK/ GLOBE-NET. North Carolina State University. ISBN 935577-66-1.  pp 1-6.

Anderson, N. D. (1996). Ozone: A Sourcebook for Teaching about O3 in the Troposphere and Stratosphere. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

Anderson, N. D. (1993). SCI-LINK: A Project Linking Research Scientists and Science Teachers. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 4 (2), 44-50.

Anderson, N. D., & Stubbs, H. S. (2001). Algae: A Sourcebook for Teaching about Harmful Algae Blooms. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

Anderson, N. D., & Stubbs, H. S. (1996). Lyme Disease: A Sourcebook for Teaching about a Current Environmental Health Problem. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

Anderson, N. D., & Stubbs, H. S. (1999). Clover: Investigating the Effects of Tropospheric Ozone. An eco-kit with booklet. Monitoring the Environment Series. Burlington, NC: Carolina Biological Supply Company.

Anderson, N. D., Stubbs, H. S., Peck, S. L., & Slusher, J. W. (1999). Ants: Using Biological Indicators to Investigate Environmental Conditions. An eco-kit and booklet. Monitoring the Environment Series. Burlington, NC: Carolina Biological Supply Company.

Borchard, Marjorie. Acid Rain in Minnesota. 1987-1988 (also 1984 and 1985 editions). The Acid Rain Foundation, in cooperation with MN Department of Education, MN Department of Health, MN Department of Natural Resources, and MN Pollution Control Agency. 

Bray, N. (1998). Sci-Link/Globe-Net. Science Scope, 21 (6), 52-53.
Carter, G., Stubbs, H. S., & Berenson, S. B. (1996). Science Teachers' Images of Environmental Scientists. Science Supervisors' Journal, 5 (1), 20-23.

Cunningham, W. P. and Stubbs, H. S. (2003). Information Needs Related to Teaching About Air Quality. In the proceedings of the Air Quality International Conference 2001, on Air Quality Resources for Educators. Environment International 29 (2003) 331-336. Elsevier. http://www.sciencedirect.com/

DuBay, D., & Stubbs. H. S. (1996). Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Education. In Environmental Education for the Next Generation: Professional Development and Teacher Training, Selected Papers from the Twenty-fifth Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. Troy, Ohio: NAAEE.

Hagevik, R., Stubbs, H., & Whitaker, D. (2010). Situated Learning in Environmental Education: Using Geospatial Technologies for Preservice Secondary Teachers. In A. Bodzin, B. Klein, & S. Weaver (Eds.), The Inclusion of Environmental Education in Science Teacher Education. Chapter 20. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Publishing Co.

Hessler, E. (1984, 1985). Acid Rain in Minnesota: Teachers' Resource Guide. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Hessler, E., & Stubbs, H. S. (1999). Trees: A Sourcebook for Teaching About Trees, Forests and Pollutants. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

Hessler, E., Stubbs, H. S., & Anderson, N. D. (1998). Acid Rain, Grades 6 -12: A Sourcebook for Teaching about a Major Environmental Problem, Volume 1: Life Science, Biology and Earth Science. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

---. (1998). Acid Rain, Grades 6 -12: A Sourcebook for Teaching about a Major Environmental Problem, Volume 2: Physical Science, Chemistry and Social Science. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

--- (1998). Acid Rain, Grades 4-8: A Sourcebook for Teaching about a Major Environmental Problem. Changes in the Environment Series. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

Hessler, E., & Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1986). Acid Rain Curriculum Grades 6-12. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Hessler, E., & Stubbs, H. S. (1987). Acid Rain Science Projects. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Hessler, E., Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1988). Control Options and Strategies. With accompanying slides. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Howe, A. C., & Stubbs, H. S. (1998). Empowering Science Teachers: A Model for Professional Development. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 8 (3), 167-182.  *Received the 1998 Implications of Research for Educational Practice Award of the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science (AETS).

---. (2003). From Science Teacher to Teacher Leader: Leadership Development as Meaning Making in a Community of Practice. Journal of Science Education, 87, 281-298.  www.interscience.wiley.com DOI 10.1002/sce.l0022

Klooster, Daniel. (1987). Acid Rain Units from ARF.  Science and Children.  May 1987. pp. 28-37. Accompanied by Acid Rain Poster by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Distribution of 30,000 posters.

Luoma, Jon. (1988). The Air Around Us.  The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc. 

Neubold, M. J. (Ed.). (1995). The Search for Clean Air Continues.  Educational supplement for the video, The Search for Clean Air. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University.

Progress Report to the National Science Foundation. (1996).  SCI-LINK/ GLOBE-NET.  College of Education and Psychology. North Carolina State University.

Sangari, B. (2007). Fazer menos, muitas vezes, é fazer mais. Linha Direta, 113 (8), 34-35. Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Spence, Lundie, H.S. Stubbs, C. Hall, M. Ostendorff.  Algae.  Submitted to The Science Teacher, April 2001.

Spence, L., Stubbs, H. S., & Huber, R. A. (2000). Using Collaboration and Interactive Technologies to Extend the Environmental Education Classroom: TelEE, a Description of an Interactive Telecommunication Course. T.H.E. Journal, 23 (2), 24-31.

Stubbs, H. S. (1983).  Acid Precipitation Awareness Curriculum Materials In The Life Sciences.  The American Biology Teacher, April/May 45 (4), 217-225.

Stubbs, H. S. (1989). Acid Rain: Science Projects. Science Activities, 26 (1), 28-31.

Stubbs, H. S. (1993). Acid Rain, Air Pollutants and Global Change. Proceedings, Selected Papers from the Twenty-second Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. Troy, Ohio: NAAEE, 324-327.

---. (2000, December). Acid Rain Instructional Materials 1978-2000. Poster and paper presented at the Acid Rain 2000, 6th International Conference on Acidic Deposition, Tsukuba, Japan.

---. (1991). From Research Scientist to Science Teacher: A Methodology to Translate Current Scientific Knowledge of Air and Water Quality Issues into Teaching Practices. Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium: Responsible Change for the Twenty-first Century, International Organization of Science Technology Educators. Enschede, The Netherlands:  1994. National Institute for Curriculum Development, 248-256.

---. (1992). Parts per Million, Billion, Trillion. Science Activities, 29 (1), 17-20.

---. (1992, February). SCI-LINK: A Teacher Inservice Methodology. Paper presented at the Technology Literacy Conference, Washington, D.C.

Stubbs, H. S. (2008). Using Technology to Develop Global Teachers: An Innovative Model.  Meridian Middle School Computer Technologies Journal.  2 (11). 1-13. Online at http://www.ncsu.edu/meridian/sum2008/stubbs/index.htm
 
Stubbs, H. S. (2009). Utilização da Tecnologia para o Desenvolvimento de Professores Globais: Um Modelo Inovador. Volume 12, Issue 1, 2009.  Translation: Mariana Reis with Patricia Maria Schubert Peres and Arlita McNamee. Online at  http://www.ncsu.edu/meridian/winter2009/stubbs01/index.htm

Stubbs, H. S. (with Fowler, K., Ball, J., Whitaker, D., & Hawley, B.). (2003). Educational Environmental Projects, Using Technology Applications for Middle School Students in Formal and Non-Formal Settings. Meridian Middle School Computer Technologies Journal, 6 (2). Online at www.ncsu.edu/meridian/sum2003/gis/

Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1986, September). Acid Rain 1986: A Handbook for States & Provinces: Research, Information, Policy. Proceedings of a Wingspread Conference.
St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1985). Air Pollutants Effects on Forest Ecosystems. Proceedings of a Symposium. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1987). Minnesota Laws and Acid Deposition Standards & Control Plan. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1987). North Carolina Research Summary. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Stubbs, H. S. (Ed.). (1983-1986). The Acid Rain Resource Directory. Many directories/ year. St. Paul, MN: 1983, 1984, 1985, l986.  The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Stubbs, H. S., & Anderson, N. D. (1997). Enhancing Student Skills in Science and Technology: Monitoring the Environment with White Clover, Ants, and Other Suggestions. Proceedings of the Conference: Science and Technology Education for Responsible Citizenship and Economic Development, International Organization of Science Technology Educators. Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta, 339-344.

---. (1995). GLOBE-NET: A Partnership of Research Scientists and Teachers for the Development of Instructional Materials on Global Change. In Boersma, K., Koos, K., & von Trommel, J (Eds.), Proceedings of Science and Technology Education in a Demanding Society, Seventh International Symposium, International Organization of Science Technology Educators. Enschede, The Netherlands: National Institute for Curriculum Development, 817-832.

---. (1998). Monitoring the Environment Using Ants and Two Clones of White Clover. In R. Abrams (Ed.), Proceedings of the Conference: Weaving Connections: Cultures and Environments, Selected Papers from the 26th Annual Conference of the North American Association for Environmental Education. Troy, Ohio: NAAEE, 299-306.

---. (1994, August). Using the GLOBE-NET Process to Develop Instructional Materials on Ozone and Other Global Change Topics. Proceedings of the Conference: Environment and Quality of Life in Central Europe: Problems of Transition, International Geographical Union. Conducted in Prague, Czech Republic.  CD-ROM printed 1995.

Stubbs, H. S., Devine, H., & Hagevik, R. (2002). Thinking Spatially: GIS Curricula K-16 and Professional Development for Educators. In Bizzo, N., Kawasaki, C. S., Ferracioli, L., & da Rosa, V. L. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference: Rethinking Science and Technology Education to meet the demands for future generations in a changing world, Tenth International Symposium, International Organization of Science Technology Educators. Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil: International Organization of Science Technology Educators, 280-286.

Stubbs, H. S., DuBay, D. T., Anderson, N. D., Devine, H. A., & Hagevik, R. A. (1999, June). Environmental Science Utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology. Proceedings of a Conference, Science & Technology Education for Sustainable Development in Changing and Diverse Societies and Environments, Conducted at the meeting of the Ninth International Symposium, International Organization of Science Technology Educators, Durban, South Africa.

Stubbs, H. S., DuBay, D. T., Anderson, N. D., Devine, H. A., & Hagevik, R. A. (2000). Using Environmental Science Utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Proceedings of the North American Association of Environmental Educators, Annual Conference. Rock Spring, Georgia: NAAEE, 4 pgs. CD-ROM.

Stubbs, H. S., Gioppo, C., & McNamee, A. (2009). Ecology, Environment and Education: Teaching and Learning in National and International Professional Development Experiences.  Meredian Middle School Computer Technologies Journal. 12(2). Online at www.ncsu.edu/meridian/sum2009

Stubbs, H. S., Hagevik, A., & Hessler, E. (2003). Investigating Ants: Projects for Curious Minds. Green Teacher, 71, 34-40.

Stubbs, H. S., & Howe, A. C. (2000, August). Development of a Learning Community of Science Teachers. http//:www.atee.org/htm/conferences/barc elona/abstracts.html  International Meeting of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe. Barcelona, Spain.

Stubbs, H. S., & Howe, A. C. (1997, March). Evolving from Teacher to Teacher Leader: The Challenge for Change. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Association for the Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, Illinois.

Stubbs, H. S., & Howe, A. C. (2001, January). From Science Teacher to Teacher Leader:
Meaning Making in a Community of Practice
. Paper submitted in competition to the Center for Creative Leadership.

Stubbs, H. S., Klinkhammer, M. L., & Knittig, M. (1985). Acid Rain Curriculum: Grades 4-8. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

---. (1989). The Acid Rain Reader. St. Paul, MN: The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

Stubbs, H. S., Spence, L., Hall, C., Ostendorff, M. (2002). Algae for Better or Worse. Science Activities, 39 (1), 10-15.

 

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Acid Precipitation Awareness, Title IV-C, ESEA
and
The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.

ACID PRECIPITATION LEARNING MATERIALS
Science, Environmental and Social Studies, Grades 6-12
by Ed Hessler
Copyright: 1981, 1982, 1982, Ind. School Dist #197, West St. Paul, MN
Copyright: 1983, 1985, 1988, The Acid Rain Foundation, Inc.
ISBN 0-935577-03-3

Click Here for Table of Contents

Life Science
            Rainwater/Snow Melt:  A limit to growth
            Bush Beans
                        Responses of Bush Beans to Simulated Acid Rain
            Plant Cuttings – Growth
                        Rainwater/Snowmelt:  A Limit to Growth
            Radishes
                        Responses of Radish Crops to Simulated Acid Rain
            Seed Germination
            Amphipods (Gammarus)
                        Some Biological Consequences of Acidification on Amphipods
            Am(pH)ipods: An Acid Test
Earthworms
Wormturns: Raindrops Keep (pH)alling On my Head
Limiting (pH)actors: pH and Seed Germination
pH: A Limit to Growth

Earth Science
            Basin Basics
Bedrock Com(pH)osition
            Rocks; Soils
                        Bedrock Com(pH)arisons
                        Soil Descri(pH)tions
            Neuturalizing
Ground E(pH)ects
The Better Buffer
            Ground (ph) effects

Soils
            Soil descri(pH)tions                  Ground Effects
           
            Weather  A Sulfate Episode 1976    
                        A Sul(pH)ate Episode: 14 days in August, 1976 

Physical Science
            What’s natural about preci(pH)itation
                        Acid Rain
                        What’s Natural about Precipitation
            Materials ( Fabrics, Metals)
Consumer complaints: Fact or Fantasy
             (pH)act or (pH)antasy?   
P(H)otential for Hydrogen
            (pH)ower
Logarithms
N=10x:  Making Ten (pH)old Increases in Acidity Visible

            Monitoring
                        Lakes and Streams – Representative Sample
Representative sam(pH)les
                        Rain – Rain fall
                                    Rain(pH)all
Snow – Snow fall
                                    Snow(pH)all

Biology
            pH and Seed Germination 
Limiting (pH)actors: 
Conifer Seedlings
                         Effects of Simulated Acid Rain on Conifer Seedlings
            Duckweed
                        E(pH)fects of Simulated Acid Rain on Duckweed
            Acid Precipitation: A Laboratory Study of some plant and critter E(pH)ects
Drosophila:  E(pH)fects of Simulated Acid Rain on Drosophila
            Am(pH)ipods: An Acid Test
pH: A Limit to Growth?  Experimental procedures
Earthworms: Learning from Earthworms
Wormturns: Raindrops Keep (pH)alling on My Head
            Hay Infusions
                        Effects of Acid Rain on Hay Infusions

 

Chemistry
            Atmos(pH)eric Chemical Changes 
Some Basic Basins
Resistance to Change:  Bu(pH)ers
Eternal Emissions
Bu(pH)ers:  Resisting Change
                        Buffers:  Resisting Change
            Logarithms
                        N=10:  Making ten(pH)fold increases in acidity visible
                                    Making Ten-fold Increases in Acidity Visible
NOx                 Noxious Oxides
pH                   (pH)ower                      pH Power
SOx                  Anthro(pH)ogenic emissions         Anthropogenic Emissions

Social Sciences
            Cartoons
                        Cartoon Fun?!!             Cartoon (pH)un?!!
            Future Wheels
                        What are the Possibilities?       p(H)ossibilities
            Survey
Collecting Points of View     Collecting points of (pH)iew:  An acid precipitation sur(pH)ey
The Sixty Million Dollar Fish
What Have They Done to the Rain?

 

 


 

 

 



 


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