The Illinois State Water Survey furnishes many images of various instruments that collect data daily for legal issues, farmers, educators, students, and...
This website, created by the Center for Improving Engineering and Science Education (CIESE), provides a classroom activity to educate users on how to build and...
The Miami Museum of Science provides a variety of activities to help students learn about the many weather instruments including wind scales and wind chimes....
Users can learn about weather data output and analysis at the Next Generation Weather Lab website. This expansive website provides an abundance of surface data...
The Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) at the University of Oklahoma works on the development and demonstration of "techniques for the...
This collection of resources, provided by the National Weather Service Forecast Office for the El Paso area, allows users to be their own meteorologists. For...
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