Resources › For Students and Parents Top Research Tips for Global Warming and Climate Change Share Flipboard Email Print For Students and Parents Homework Help Study Methods Homework Tips Learning Styles & Skills Time Management Private School Test Prep College Admissions College Life Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Grace Fleming Education Expert M.Ed., Education Administration, University of Georgia B.A., History, Armstrong State University Grace Fleming, M.Ed., is a senior academic advisor at Georgia Southern University, where she helps students improve their academic performance and develop good study skills. our editorial process Grace Fleming Updated January 29, 2020 Global warming research can be difficult because it involves some terms and theories you've probably never heard before. This list of resources will provide all the definitions and explanations you'll need to write a great paper on the topic of climate change. 01 of 05 EPA Climate Change Glossary Hill Street Studios/Getty Images Climate Change research can be daunting and confusing because of all the scientific terms and theories involved. This site by Babylon Ltd. provides a glossary of terms that you can use online or download onto your computer. You can search or browse this and other biology glossaries. 02 of 05 Global Warming Facts From Carnegie Mellon This online brochure provides a great overview in easy language, but it also provides links to more detailed articles. Topics include climate, policy, impacts, and misconceptions about global warming. This is a great resource for students by researchers at the Carnegie Mellon University. 03 of 05 NASA Learning Center Your research would not be complete without data from NASA! This site includes ocean data, geologic data, and atmospheric data and helps you understand how climate change affects the Earth. Most teachers would approve of this site as a source for your research. 04 of 05 Ask Dr. Global Change Okay, it sounds a little cheesy, but the site is really informative. The site includes a list of the most common and basic questions about climate change, starting with “Is global warming real?” There are several links to more informative sites. Try it out! 05 of 05 10 Things You Can Do to Reduce Global Warming Of course, your paper wouldn’t be complete without tips for reducing the effects of global warming. This advice comes from our local expert on Environmental Issues. Discover the ways that individuals can make an impact on this important issue.