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TRC: Extreme heat, humidity and human health in the context of climate change

Updated: Jun 18

In this Teacher / Researcher Collaborative (TRC) event, we learned about the exciting research of Dr. Tarik Benmarhnia at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. This TRC was supported by the SoCal Heat Hub, which includes resources shared in this blog post. Click the video below to watch the recorded event and look below for the key resources that were shared. Also, if you missed this one, please click here to sign up for our next TRC event.

Resources from the Research Team



How you can use it with students

​Presentation Slide Deck

Gain access to the figures and ideas on extreme heat, humidity, and human health in the context of climate change.

Resources from the Teaching Team



How you can use it for teaching and/or research

Jamboard responses on the following: How might you engage students with what you learned in Tarik's research presentation? Where do you see connections to your curriculum? What data, figures, or other resources would you like to get from Tarik and the San Diego Science Project?

​Lots of great ideas on how to share data with students and how to make connections with the data shared and supporting student learning.

Join us at our next Teacher / Researcher Collaborative event!



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