Modeling in Scientific Research
EdGCM: Climate Modeling for Research and Education
The EdGCM Project develops and distributes a research-quality global climate model (GCM) with a user-friendly interface that runs on desktop computers. Anyone can explore the subject of climate change using the same methods and tools that scientists employ.
General Circulation Models of Climate
Spencer Weart, AIP - This essay gives more in-depth, historical background on the development of global climate models.
NASA Earth Observatory
Bjerknes' proposal for numerical weather prediction
NOAA - proposal written by V. Bjerknes on weather prediction as published in the Magazine of Meteorology, January 1904.
Univ. of Minnesota - The world's only fluid-mechanics laboratory that uses a natural waterfall as its prime water source.
Community Climate System Model
UCAR - A freely available global atmosphere model for use by the wider climate research community.
Google - Research database allows searching of the scholarly literature.
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
Next Generation Science Standards: For States, By States
National Academies Press: A Framework for K-12 Science Education