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Behavioral challenges are a common problem for children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Many children with ASD have challenges managing certain behaviors such as aggression or not following directions in addition to experiencing limitations in communication or social skills.
Glaciers form as layers of snow accumulate on top of each other.
Each layer of snow is different in chemistry and texture, summer snow differing from winter snow.
Because of their high time-resolution, the physical nature of their proxy records, and their ability to archive actual greenhouse (and non-greenhouse) gas concentrations from the past, ice cores have become one of the golden standards in paleoclimate research.
We find ourselves in southwestern Germany between Stuttgart and Lake Constance at the end of the 1st century AD.
By drilling down into the ice sheet or glacier and recovering ice from ancient times, scientists are able to determine the past composition and behavior of the atmosphere, what the climate was like when the snow fell, and how the size of ice sheets and glaciers have changed in the past in response to different climate conditions.
Ice cores have provided climate and ice dynamics information over many hundred thousand years in very high, sometimes seasonal, resolution.
This tool kit is designed to provide parents of children with ASD with an overview of in-home strategies as well as tips to teach and increase desirable behaviors and decrease behavior problems.
This tool kit also provides caregivers with an overview of professional behavioral treatments that families can seek out from qualified professionals.
For readers whose primary interest is scientific, there are detailled reports of the excavations which have taken place in recent years.