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Interactives & Simulations for Weather, Climate & Atmospheric Science Education | Spark - 0 views

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    "collection of interactives and simulations related to weather, climate, atmospheric science and space weather education. "
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weathering - National Geographic Education - 0 views

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    "Weathering is the breaking down or dissolving of rocks and minerals on Earth's surface. Water, ice, acids, salt, plants, animals, and changes in temperature are all agents of weathering."
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VAF Wx Center - 0 views

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    US weather maps - extensive collection of current weather information of interest to aviation
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Games & Simulations about Weather, Climate & the Atmosphere | Spark - 0 views

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    "directory of games, simulations, and virtual labs for Weather, Climate and Atmospheric Science Education. This page is a sub-section of Randy Russell's larger collection of links to games, simulations, and virtual labs for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) education in general."
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CWSU National TAF METAR maps - NOAA NWS - 0 views

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    interactive weather map - aviation weather
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Weather Scope: An Investigative Study of Weather and Climate - 0 views

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    "In this project you will conduct an investigation on local and world weather and climate."
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weatherspark.com/ - 0 views

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    "WeatherSpark is a new type of weather website, with interactive weather graphs that allow you to pan and zoom through the entire history of any weather station on earth. "
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Today In Aviation History - January 1 - 1 views

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    "Today In Aviation History - January 1 - In 1914… The U.S. Weather Bureau begins daily publication of a weather map of the Northern Hemisphere designed specifically as an aid to aviation. In 1914… The world's first scheduled airplane passenger service operated by an airline company - the Airboat Line - begins at 10:00 A.M. when Anthony Janus flies his first passenger from St. Petersburg to Tampa, Florida. The fare for 22-mile over-water flight was $5 with a surcharge if the passenger weighs more than 200 lbs."
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spaceplace.nasa.gov - 1 views

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    New at spaceplace.nasa.gov One type of Earth-observing spacecraft is the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites, also known as GOES, built by NASA and operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA. The GOES are workhorse satellites doing everyday tasks; they watch and warn of developing severe weather, monitor events such as floods and fires, and monitor solar storms that can have damaging effects on Earth.
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Acid rain, from USGS Water-Science School - 0 views

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    "Geographic distribution of acid rain Acidity in rain is measured by collecting samples of rain and measuring its pH. To find the distribution of rain acidity, weather conditions are monitored and rain samples are collected at sites all over the country. The areas of greatest acidity (lowest pH values) are located in the Northeastern United States."
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N291AK Maiden Flight on Vimeo - 0 views

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    " The students of Chevak Aviation (chevakaviation.com) at Chevak School have been working on a Build A Plane Rans S-6S kit airplane. We completed the Rans and passed the airworthiness inspection on March 24th, 2011. After the inspection and all the necessary paper work was completed we took advantage of the nice weather and flew the airplane. The maiden flight lasted for 30 minutes and it went as planned. The S-6 is a very nice flying airplane with great performance. "
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Teachers learn about STEM resources for the classroom - Aircraft Owners and Pilots Asso... - 0 views

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    " PATH (Pilots And Teachers Handbook) materials, said Katie Pribyl, vice president of communications. The free PATH Handbook includes 11 modules for middle-school-aged students, along with worksheets, exercises, quizzes, and learning objectives on topics such as weight and balance, flight controls, weather, and aviation history. It can be ordered from AOPA or downloaded free of charge. Pribyl said. Supplemental materials are available for other age groups, including connect-the-dots puzzles for kindergarten through third grade and an aviation career guide for those in grades 9 through 12."
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AOPA Interactive Safety Courses - 0 views

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    AOPA online aviation safety courses on a wide range of topics - runway safety, mountain flying, radio communication, weather, more...
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Let's Do Science - 0 views

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    "Grade 5 Let's Do Science includes information to help you plan, implement and evaluate these topics in the classroom: Electricity and Magnetism, Mechanisms Using Electricity, Classroom Chemistry, Weather Watch and Wetland Ecosystems."
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Grade 5 Science and Technology - 0 views

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    "Matter Energy Forces Weather"
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National Center for Atmospheric Research - 0 views

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    " National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. The center has some fantastic interactive exhibits, much like what you find at Exploratorium in California. In addition to the physical location, the National Center for Atmospheric Research has some wonderful online games, activities and resources for the classroom."
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Jaw-dropping image of enormous 'supercell' cloud in Glasgow, Montana - 1 views

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    Eye of the storm: The jaw-dropping image of an enormous 'supercell' cloud It looks like something from the film Independence Day. But although it may seem like an alien mothership, this incredible picture is actually an impressive thunderstorm cloud known as a supercell. Windswept dust and rain dominate the storm's centre while rings of jagged clouds surround the edge.
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snowtweets.org | the snowtweets project - 0 views

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    Contribute to cryosphere research! Snow and cryosphere researchers at the University of Waterloo ask you to tweet snow depths in your area. Sign in to your Twitter account (or sign up, it's free!) and write a message
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Landings: Pages: databases, aircraft sales, planning, weather, pilot supplies, more... - 0 views

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    Aviation news and products, databases, the Student Pilot Resources links to AOPA Flight Training Magazine FREE offers. Several "Air Forums" for online networking.
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