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The UCAR Center for Science Education offers a range of educational resources, programs, and events to support students and teachers. Learning resources include activities, curriculum modules, video clips, educational games, interactive simulations, and lots of web pages with background information on weather, climate, the atmosphere, Sun and space weather, computer modeling, and Earth system science. Click the links below to see some DC3 related activities.
|Cloud Viewer (download pdf)||How Clouds Form||Humidity|
|Virtual Ballooning to
Explore the Atmosphere
|Clouds Memory Game|
|Weather to Fly By
|Investigating the Climate System | Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System
|NASA | For Educators||Head in the Clouds | The pursuit of shadows
Art & Science
UCAR's MetEd is a free collection of hundreds of training modules intended for the geoscience community. Whether you're an experienced meteorologist honing existing skills or a student looking for new topics of interest, MetEd has something for you. A free login is required for all of the modules.
|Radar Signatures for Severe Convective Weather||Weather Radar Fundamentals|
|Principles of Convection I:
Buoyancy and CAPE
|Mesoscale Convective Systems: Squall Lines and Bow Echos|
Download NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory's Twenty Questions and Answers About the Ozone Layer, it's an exceptional addition to any and all Earth science curriculum.