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View Resource Scripps Institution of Oceanography: Climate Research Division

The Climate Research Division (CRD) explains its role in Scripps Institution of Oceanography's goals by researching short and long term climate change and humans' influence on the climate. This site offers links to the homepages of the Division research projects including the Ocean State Estimation and the Experimental Climate Prediction Center (ECPC). Users can view images of the el Ni?o f...

View Resource NOAA Watch: NOAA’s All-Hazard Monitor

When the weather outside is frightful (or even when it isn?t), budding meteorologists will want to turn to the NOAA?s All-Hazard Monitor website. Drawing on an impressive array of weather-tracking devices, satellites, and so on, visitors can monitor a number of types of weather here, including tropical weather, droughts, volcanoes, earthquakes, and oil spills. Along with the ?Weather Summa...

View Resource Model Analyses and Guidance

This site from the NOAA provides graphics for forecast models including: the ETA, the Global Forecast System (GFS), the Wave Watch III (WW3), the Nested Grid model (NGM), and the Rapid Update Cycle (RUC). Outputs are available for North America, North Pacific, Western North Atlantic, and the Polar Ice Drift. Users can find links to detailed descriptions of the inputs and history of each model.

View Resource NOAA Satellite and Information Service

"The Satellite Services Division of the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) provides real time access to satellite data and products for the public and government." Users can locate Hazard Mapping System (HMS) Fire Analysis, real-time satellite fire monitoring, Web-based GIS fire analysis, and additional fire products. The OSEI (Operational Significant Event...

View Resource The Online Meteorology Guide

This excellent learning resource, the Online Meteorology Guide, is provided by the Weather World 2010 Project (WW2010) at the University of Illinois. Modules included at the Website are Light and Optics, Clouds and Precipitation, Forces and Winds, Air Masses and Fronts, Weather Forecasting, Severe Storms, Hurricanes, El Nino, and the Hydrologic Cycle. Each of these sections provides images,...

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