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Plankton and Global Warming *suitable for home teaching*

This Cape Farewell video clip features a discussion about the three important carbon cycles at work in the oceans and their place in global warming.

In Activity I - Carbon cycle, students use the video to build up diagrams of the three carbon cycles. Teachers can use the carbon cycle sequence images to follow up the work by students in Activity I and make clear the three cycles that operate on different time scales.

Notes on the activities and their use, with the video clip in lessons, are given in the Teachers’ Guidance.

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