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View Resource Tom Clothier's Garden Walk and Talk

This impressive website was created by long-time gardener Tom Clothier as an archive for numerous gardening articles, germination databases, and photos. The 314 pages in this online archive were "developed as a public service in the spirit of cooperative extension." The site is free of advertisements and was designed to accommodate children researchers as well. The website provides information on...

View Resource Texas Natural History Collections: Herpetology

The Herpetology Collection of reptiles and amphibians is part of the Texas Natural History Collections (TNHC) in the University of Texas at Austin's Texas Memorial Museum. The Collection "holdings consist of about 63,000 catalogued specimens, which are used for research by faculty, staff and students at the University, as well as by qualified researchers throughout the world." Frogs make up more...

View Resource Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometer

Housed at the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (SSEC) at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, the atmospheric emitted radiance interferometer (AERI) "measures downwelling infrared radiation from 3-25 m at less than one wavenumber resolution every ten minutes." Users can learn about the instrument's many applications including atmospheric profiling and cloud data...

View Resource The National Center for Atmospheric Research: RAP Real-Time Weather Data

The National Center for Atmospheric Research supplies four types of real-time weather data: satellite, radar, surface, and upper-air. In the satellite link, users have the choice to view images in either one of five wavelengths or one of the three multi-spectral assemblages. The images can also be viewed by the latest image, small loop, or a large loop. The WSR-88D radars provide images with...

View Resource Northern Hemisphere Teleconnection Patterns

The Climate Prediction Center provides online data of Standardization Amplitudes of Northern Hemisphere (NH) Teleconnection Patterns. Teleconnection patterns "reflect large-scale changes in the atmospheric wave and jet stream patterns, and influence temperature, rainfall, storm tracks, and jet stream location/ intensity over vast areas." This site provides documentation for the teleconnection...

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