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View Resource CloudSeeding

This Topic in Depth begins with a Web site from the Oklahoma Weather Modification Program called Cloud Physics - The Basics (1 ). Students are encouraged to initiate a debate on the controversy surrounding the issue of inducing or enhancing precipitation. Next, the Texas Water Resources Institute Web site, Does Weather Modification Really Work? (3 ) provides a more basic description of...
View Resource Cloud Types

This NASA website uses Macromedia Flash Player to educate users about clouds. After a short introduction, students can learn about four levels of clouds: low, mid, high, and multi. The website describes how to determine cloud level as well. Throughout the tutorial, students can listen to the explanations while viewing informative images. Users can also choose to view the text associated with the...
View Resource The Cloud Appreciation Society

The Cloud Appreciation Society believes that "clouds are Nature's poetry" and, therefore, "pledges to fight 'blue-sky thinking'." Visitors can find out about the latest cloud related news and events. The website offers a forum for users to ask cloud-related questions and communicate with other cloud enthusiasts. Anyone in the UK can join the society for free and membership will soon be expanding...
View Resource Clouds

First, the Project Atmosphere Canada offers a module to educate primary and secondary students about cloud formation and characteristics (1). The website outlines key points and offers a more in-depth discussion of water vapor, cloud formation, convection, air motion, severe weather, and more. The second website, by Scholastic, supplies many pdf documents of activities and lesson plans for all...