For more information on the Gwich'n First Nation visit Taiga Net – a co-operative environmental and community web network based in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada and is operated by the Arctic Borderlands Ecological Knowledge Society.
Also visit the website home of the Vuntut Gwitchin' First Nation www.oldcrow.ca
For a comprehensive, multinational report on the state of the Arctic, see the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA). This sobering assessment was released at the ACIA International Scientific Symposium held in Reykjavik, Iceland in November 2004.
Regime Shifts and the Food Web
For more information on euphasiids visit the website of Jaime Gomez Gutierrez, a foremost authority on euphasiids from Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas (CICIMAR).
The Exploratorium has put together an excellent site on climate change, NAO climate modeling and other important global climate models. This site offers a sense of how scientists study natural phenomena and how researchers gather evidence, test theories and come to conclusions.
In-depth information on how African dust clouds are associated with increased pediatric asthma and accident and emergency admissions on the Caribbean island of Trinidad.
Frustrated by websites written by so-called experts claiming to debunk climate change? Science Magazine recommends consulting realclimate.org, an information packed site written by nine academic and government scientists on the evidence that humans are helping to heat up the planet.
For a frequently updated resource dedicated to greenhouse gas news and scientific publications visit GreenHouse Gas Online.
Global Warming: Early Warning Signs – This site features an interactive world map that illustrates the local consequences of global warming. Curriculum materials are also available for high school teachers.