Sea ice from space – Investigating Arctic sea ice and its connection to climate| TEACH WITH SPACE G04

Press release from the European Space Agency

In this set of activities students will investigate Arctic sea ice. They will learn where in the world it is possible to find sea ice and analyse up-to-date and long-term satellite data about sea ice concentration in the Arctic.

This activity deals with one of the most important indicators scientists have to study climate change and its possible consequences.

This classroom resource is part of a set of resources developed by ESA’s Education Office in collaboration with ESEROs

Subject: Geography, Science
Age range: 13-17 years old
Keywords: Earth observation, sea ice, Arctic, climate, climate change, geography, science

Download: Teacher Guide and Student’s worksheet (English)

Date of publication: 3 Mar 2020

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