Linking Earth System Events
Teens sitting outdoors talking

The information in this video was accurate as of the original publication date.

Audience: Educators and Students
Grades: 9-12
Year: 2002


This NASA video segment highlights how various weather phenomena that seem specific to certain geographical regions are actually interrelated. The segment explains that El Niño, hurricanes, and drought, as well as human activity, all have direct and indirect impacts on global weather.

Linking Earth System Events
Duration: 1 minute 06 seconds
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This video clip is part of the Our Home: Earth From Space DVD that may be ordered from the Central Operation of Resources for Educators, or CORE  →.


Other video learning clips in this series:
Interconnection of Earth's Systems
The Right Tools: Sensing Earth From Space
Global Effect of El Niño
The Influence of Global Warming on Earth's Systems
Doing Our Part to Prevent Global Warming
The Environmental, Economic and Social Impact of Drought
Lifecycle of a Hurricane