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Carbon and Water Cycles in the Tundra - Digital Download only

Media: Digital Download
DUR: 34 mins
Product Code: TUNDRAD
Price: £45.00
HD Digital Download including MP4 files, supporting materials by Bob Digby and full script. (Download 1.9 GB)

 

With stunning footage shot in the Canadian arctic, this DVD identifies and explores the physical and human factors, including climate change, that affect carbon and water cycles in the tundra. We see the research and monitoring techniques scientists are using to identify and record these changes and we examine the reasons this data is gathered. The resource shows also show these same techniques can be used by students as part of their own fieldwork investigations.

GCE Specification coverage 

 

AQA                             Section 3.1.1.4, Water, carbon, climate and life on earth

Edexcel                       Topic 6 Enquiry Question 3 How are the carbon and water cycles linked to the global climate system?

Eduqas (England)       Sections 2.1.6 The global carbon cycle and 2.1.7 Carbon stores in different biomes

Eduqas (Wales)           Sections 3.1.6 The global carbon cycle and 3.1.7 Carbon stores in different biomes

OCR                             Section 2a Case study of the Arctic tundra