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Created by Carl Wozniak, Clouds attempts to make the study of clouds and the processes of cloud formation more accessible for elementary and early secondary classroom study. The site accomplishes this by breaking information down into five sections, complemented by both descriptive text and relevant pictures. Pictures and graphics are perhaps the most classroom-friendly section of the site, as...

View Resource PSC Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique

Plymouth State College (PSC) provides the PSC Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique Website to "provide explanations of and access to detailed pictures of some basic cloud forms." Spectacular images and brief descriptions of high clouds (cirrus, cirrocumulus, and cirrostratus), middle clouds (altocumulus and altostratus), low clouds (cumulus, stratocumulus, stratus, and fog), multi-layer clouds...

View Resource Wilderness Awareness School

The Wilderness Awareness School is located in Washington, but offers courses in other regions as well. Here, visitors can sign up for the School's newsletter, The FoxDen, and the free NatureSkills Journal. Users may also try the School's free seven-day course, NatureWalk. The site contains sections for both adults and children/young adults. The "Nature Skills" section of the site provides...

View Resource El Nino Theme Page

El Nino is a disruption of the ocean-atmosphere system in the tropical Pacific with important climatic consequences around the globe. This NOAA theme page features links to widely distributed information. Includes data, graphics, forecasts, historical perspectives, and in-depth analysis. It is intended to be useful to scientists, administrators, students and the general public. Links include...

View Resource Prediction and Predictability in the Atmosphere and Oceans

Part of MIT's innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, the materials provided are from a course on the predictability of the atmosphere. If it is to find the weather, or model climate change, predicting the actions of the atmosphere is extremely useful. This course provides mathematical tools that can assist in that modelling, and...

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