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COMET and MetEd offer many resources suitable for use in teaching geosciences to students in K-12.
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Published in 2015
We're heading out of this world to compare atmospheric compositions of the other planets in the solar system, as well as our own. Practically every other planet in our solar system can be considered to have an atmosphere, apart from perhaps the extremely thin, transient atmosphere of Mercury, with...
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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is essential for life on Earth. Scientists have ways of testing the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. In this activity, you can do your own test for CO2!
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A simple key for identifying clouds.
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Learn how to identify cloud types by using this flow chart from the International Cloud Atlas. Clouds are divided into 10 fundamental types known as genera, depending on their general form. The genera are then further subdivided based on a cloud's particular shape, structure and transparency; the...
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Clouds are divided into four basic forms (Cirro-form, Strato-form, Cumulo-form and Nimbo-form) at three basic levels (low, middle, and high) in the atmosphere. Many locations may experience all of these different types of clouds daily. The students will become better observers of the sky by...
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Clouds are divided into four basic forms (Cirro-form, Strato-form, Cumulo-form and Nimbo-form) at three basic levels (low, middle, and high) in the atmosphere. Many locations may experience all of these different types of clouds daily. The students will become better observers of the sky by...
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WebWeather for Kids provides information on many different weather-related topics, such as clouds, thunderstorms, tornadoes, and more.
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The purpose of this experiment is to see condensation.
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The purpose of this experiment is to observe how a vortex forms.
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The purpose of this experiment is to observe a vortex.
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The purpose of this experiment is to observe how moisture, cooling temperature, and condensation nuclei play a role in cloud formation.
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The purpose of this experiment is to observe fog formation.
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A kid-friendly online portal to learn about different atmospheric phenomena, like the water cycle, severe weather, rainbows and clouds, and more.
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Published in 2016
These Kindergarten-Graduate level earth science resources talk about: atmosphere and weather, land and geology, oceans and dynamics, water and its effects, resources (energy, minerals, etc).
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Interested in finding out the weather on the day you were born? Input some information about yourself (birth date, state, and city) and find out! Then, travel to NOAA's website and browse through historical weather maps from 1871 to the present.
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On this website, K-college educators and students can access a table of annotated links describing booklets, fact sheets, interviews with scientists/researchers, lesson plans, videos, and websites promoting awareness and understanding of the connections between human health and the environment. The...
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The UCAR Center for Science Education has a small (but growing!) collection of games related to weather, climate, atmospheric science and space weather education. The Center also has a modest collection of interactives and simulations related to atmospheric science topics.
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Students can study the air currents within their classroom to examine how wind and ocean currents distribute particles through different environments.
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The purpose of this experiment is to watch lightning and hear thunder to give you clues about how far away you are from a storm.
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