By examining coral skeletons with powerful X-ray technology, scientists are able to track climate change before written records were produced. Learn how in a fascinating video short video.
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- Discuss other ways of tracking past weather such as ice cores and tree rings
- Debate if coral reefs are a natural resource that should be protected or something nice to have but not necessary for the health of the planet
- Video fits when teaching environmental science, ocean habitats, technology, and climate change
- Provides subtitles for ELLs
- High-definition video enchants viewers with bright colors and rarely observed details