For Further Reading


Jean F. Blashfield and Wallace B. Black, Global Warming. Chicago: Childrens Press, 1991. Covers such topics as climate change, global warming, and predictions for the future.

Ron Fridell, Global Warming. New York: Franklin Watts, 2002. Discusses various theories on the causes and solutions of global warming, including some scientific predictions for the future.

Laurence Pringle, Global Warming: The Threat of Earth's Changing Climate. New York: SeaStar Books, 2001. Examines possible consequences of global warming, and the ways it might be slowed down. Illustrated with photographs, drawings, and charts.


Jan Gilbreath, "Ocean Temperatures, Global Warming Linked," United Press International (UPI) , March 23, 2000.

Alexandra Hanson-Harding, "Global Warming: What Is Global Warming and How Can We Slow It?" Junior Scholastic , April 8, 2002.

Patricia Janes, "Tales from the Ice," Science World , November 12, 2001.

John O'Brien, "Planetary Blanket," Blast Off (Macquarie Centre, Australia), September 2001.

Lidia Wasowicz, "Warming Wipes Out Coral Reef Population, United Press International (UPI) , May 10, 2000.

Alexandra Witze, "Arctic Adventure May Shed New Light on Climate Change," Dallas Morning News , May 13, 2002.


Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Kids Site ( ). Especially developed for young people, this site discusses the greenhouse effect, climate, weather, and the causes of global warming.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory ( ). A good site to learn about what renewable energy is, how it is created, and how it is used.

Study Works! Online ( ). Designed to help kids succeed in math and science. Includes a special section on global warming.

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Windows to the Universe ( ). A fun site that helps kids explore issues related to Earth and space.

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