Exploring Acid Rain: a curriculum guide and resource for teachers of grades 7 – 12
Exploring Acid Rain is based on HBRF’s Acid Rain Revisited, a Science Links report that synthesizes major research findings on acid rain at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. This guide is designed to help secondary educators teach complex ecological concepts through classroom activities and outdoor fieldwork. Exploring Acid Rain is produced by the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation through its Environmental Literacy Program, in partnership with the USDA Forest Service/Northern Research Station.
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Exploring Acid Rain is a PDF document (12.5 mg) which incorporates many resources as web links. Access to high speed internet and Adobe Reader are required. We suggest that you also download the one-page instruction sheet to navigate the document properly.
Exploring Acid Rain: A Curriculum Guide
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This resource is available free of charge thanks to the generous support of the USDA-Forest Service and the National Science Foundation’s sLTER Program.