Ocean acidification climate change lab: teaching tool

Climate change is a hot topic that has been discussed in politics, science and especially in classrooms! This lab is a hands on experience for students to demonstrate the effects of ocean acidification on sea life. Students work collaboratively, collect mass, pH, graph their data, analyze data sets, and use food webs to write a conclusion. Ocean acidification is one of those topics that is not discussed as frequently as it should be! Use this awesome lab in a combination with the climate change Ice core lab and you’re kids will for sure be excited to discuss all the scary side effects of climate change!

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