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View Resource My NASA Data Lesson Plan: Using Imported Data in Excel: Plot Atmospheric Temperature

This user-contributed tutorial provides detailed instructions on how to make Excel graphs of data that is imported from the Internet. The tutorial contains sample screen images to assist in performing each step. The tutorial includes importing a second set of data and adding it as another series on the original graph. The tutorial includes questions to be answered based on the atmospheric lapse...

View Resource MY NASA DATA Contributed Lesson 10: Linkages Between Surface Temperature and Tropospheric Ozone

This lesson is designed to help students gain knowledge in using the MY NASA DATA Live Access Server (LAS) to obtain a microset of data, in using Excel to graph the data, then using the graphs to investigate the relationship between surface temperature and tropospheric ozone. They will also analyze changes in tropospheric ozone and then hypothesize about the consequences of these changes. The...

View Resource My NASA Data Lesson Plan: Seasons and Cloud Cover: Are They Related?

This lesson plan uses NASA satellite data to correlate cloud cover over Africa to the solar declination. The four seasons on Earth have a scientific basis. The earth is tilted 23.5 degrees from vertical. This tilt and the Earth's orbit around the sun are the reasons for the seasons. Earth's tilt and orbital position cause differing angles at which the sun's rays hit the surface of the Earth. As...

View Resource The Langley Atmospheric Sciences Data Center

This collection of radiation budget, cloud, aerosol, and tropospheric data from the Langley Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) contains recent and archival data sets. The data are free, but users must register and log in for access. Downloads from the NASA Water Vapor Project, the Clouds and Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES) Pathfinder, and the...

View Resource Networked Computer Science Technical Reports Library

The goal of the Networked Computer Science Technical Report Library (NCSTRL, pronounced "ancestral") is to provide access to research papers produced at over 60 computer science departments and laboratories worldwide. Users may browse an institution's collection by author or year of publication, or may search through either a simple or an advanced interface. The site aims to advance the field of...

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