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View Resource University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology: Centre for Atmospheric Science

The Atmospheric Physics Group at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology presents its current research in radiative transfer, precipitation and cloud electrification, boundary layer processes, aerosol properties, cloud physics and chemistry, and atmospheric pollution in the urban environment. Students and researchers can find in-depth descriptions of the group's field...
View Resource University of Alaska Fairbanks: Red Sprites and Blue Jets

This website, maintained by Matt Heavner, presents the research dealing with the middle and upper atmospheric optical and electrical phenomena conducted at the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Students can find an introduction to sprites and jets, discover the hardships associated with viewing the phenomena, and view short videos of the events. Researchers can learn...
View Resource NOAA Education Resources: Data Resources for Educators Screenshot

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has created this site to help educators find data resources that range from classroom ready, student-friendly interfaces to raw real-time and historical data. The resources here are grouped into several topic areas, including Classroom Ready, Oceans & Freshwater, Climate, and Visualization. This last area is definitely worth a look as it...
View Resource University of Alaska: Atmospheric Sciences Research Group

The University of Alaska created this website to present the work of the physicists, meteorologists, geologists, and chemists involved in the Atmospheric Science Group. Students and educators can discover the research interests and education opportunities in the atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric radiation, climate and global change, cloud and aerosol physics, mesoscale meteorology, and...
View Resource POETRY: Public Outreach, Education, Teaching and Reaching Youth

Dr. Sten Odenwald working with NASA has developed an educational Web site containing "the latest information about auroral science, and the study of the Earth's magnetic field." The scientific topics discussed at this site include auroras, solar wind, space weather, magnetic fields, and the Van Allen belt. Because the authors divided the topics into different educational levels, students and...
View Resource Encyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment

Produced by the UK Atmosphere, Climate & Environment Information Programme, this site is designed as a one-stop resource for students and general users who have questions about atmospheric issues and terms. The encyclopedia is divided into sections, each of which contains a number of short definitions for selected terms. As a testament to the international appeal of the Simpsons, definitions for...
View Resource Tree House Weather Kids

From the University of Illinois Extension comes the Weather One instructional Web site for kids. The lesson consists of six pages that cover various weather related topics including seasons, clouds, the atmosphere, wind, global warming, and storms. Each page describes the particular subject, provides related photographs, and contains several activities that reinforce the learning. For example,...
View Resource The Weather Dude

The Weather Dude is a weather education Web site offered by meteorologist Nick Walker of The Weather Channel. For kids, the site offers a great online textbook entitled Weather Basics, which explains everything from precipitation to the seasons, using simple text and fun graphics. Other fun things for kids include weather songs, questions and quizzes, weather proverbs, and more. Teachers are also...
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