Weather or not you want to find out about the weather....Here it is!!!
The original web site, should you get lost, is at the following link:
Env Sci Atmosphere awareness
Use the links from that page to answer the following questions, or print out specific maps.
IF YOU CAN'T FIND THE ANSWER YOU NEED ON ONE WEB PAGE SEARCH A DIFFERENT PAGE USING MY LINKS.
If the question has to do with tornadoes, look on a page that has tornadoes!!!!
1. What is the range of elevations for clouds with an "alto" prefix? (S'cool page)
2. Print out a map with ONLY the data for barometric pressures for stations in the United States. (Datastreme page)
3. Print out a map with ONLY temperatures for stations within the United States. (Datastreme page)
4. What is March 6 - March 12, 2005 noted as in Indiana?
(Indiana Superintendent's Page)
5. How many tornadoes occurred in Indiana on May 30, 2004?
6. How many tornadoes per year does Indiana average?
7. What makes tornadoes dangerous?
8. What U.S. State has never had a tornado occur?
9. How long is a tornado usually on the ground?
10. What is the difference between a tornado and a funnel cloud?
11. List the specifics - date, place, etc. - of the deadliest tornado in U.S. History.
12. Describe damage from an F0 tornado.
13. Check out the great pic's of lightning, tornadoes, etc. on the Lightning, tornadoes, and more link. Sketch a wall cloud.
14. On the Tornado Project Online link, what happened to the horses during the The Great Bend, Kansas tornado of November 1915? What story from this link is your favorite? Why?
15. Click on the CRH.NOAA link, then click on Indianapolis, then on Lawrence county. What information does the site provide?
16. Click on the NOAA link, then on Current warnings. What do the green boxes in Maine mean?
17. Click on "Games" (on the wildweather.com site) and see if you can complete the crossword!
Click on this link:
18. What is the basic requirement to become a meteorologist or climatologist?
19. List 7 areas of career interest in the physical sciences.
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