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Weather, Climate and Meteorology. Weather, Climate and Meteorology. BY: STUDENT NAME 9 DAYS  100%. First things first. Enter your name on this slide, then rename and save it. Include your period number, name, and description, for example, “3–YourName–Weather”. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • First things first. Enter your name on this slide, then rename and save it. Include your period number, name, and description, for example, 3YourNameWeather. Weather, Climate and MeteorologyBY: STUDENT NAME9 DAYS 100%

  • Getting Started What Do We Do?There are 2 main tasks each day: 1) Entering weather information for the day.Use the websites provided to gather weather information for each day including highway picture showing sky.

    2) Completing an additional learning activity.- A summary of each activity is listed for each day - Your responses are entered directly into this slideshow, no other paper or sheets are required.- If you complete the activity for a specific day, you can move on to the next activity. The next page shows a sample of what each weather entry will look like.

  • LINKS and hintsTo visit links you MUST - Right click on the link and select OPEN HYPERLINK

    Feel free to resize text so it all fits when needed

    Save your powerpoint in your U Drive each day by clicking SAVE AS..do not save it as mr. kellys document or it will be lost

  • WednesdayNov. 29, 20064.5 C91 %1023.6 hPa0.3 mmSW2.1C3.2 C7:41 am4:44 pmNimbostratus Overcast11.3 Km/hObservation#0Increasing clouds and warmer. Precipitation possible within 24 to 48 hours. Understanding This Page On this page you will enter the information from the weather websites. You will also enter the day/date, sunrise and sunset times as well as a weather picture for the day. You will examine the picture and comment on the cloud type and cloud cover shown. Note that while precipitation may be in the form of rain, snow, hail, sleet, etc., many weather stations measure precipitation as a liquid, so you may be looking for Todays Rain as the name of the measurement given.To Enter Information Click inside each box and add your information.You will also answer questions and provide other information in this part of the page.Weather Summary SampleEXAMPLE SLIDE ONLYDO NOTHING HERE

  • Review the previous slides if you are unsure about what to do.As you enter your information, do not change the background elements of the slideshow (such as the slide backgrounds and colour scheme).You Are Now Ready To Begin

  • Websites to Find InformationIMPORTANT MUST USEDaily Highway/cloud/sky pictures herehttp://www.gnb.ca/0113/cameras/dieppe-cam-e.aspDaily temp, forecast, sunrise,sunset, barometer (pressure)http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/canb0055Types of clouds Names Herehttp://eo.ucar.edu/webweather/cloud3.html

  • DayDate--C--%--hPa--Km/h--mm--C--C--am--pmEnter this on Day 2Enter this on Day 2---Observation#1---Activity #1Find the meaning of the following terms onlineWeather - Climate - Meteorology

    Move on to SLIDE 2 for today (day 1)Weather Summary Day 1

  • Activity #1 Introduction to Weather, Climate & MeteorologyPart 1.3 What is Meteorology? (2)Part 1.1 What is Weather? (2)Part 1.2 What is the difference between Climate and Weather? (3)USE GOOGLE.COMWIKIPEDIA.COMDirections: Explore the links at the bottom of the page to find the answers to the questions. To enter your answer click after the question and start typing. Dont just cut and paste use your own words. The red stars () indicate sites which may be particularly useful for todays activities. Part 1.5 Now that youve seen how the console works, find and enter the information from your console into the slideshow. You will learn more about what each of these measurements mean as the module progresses. Answer:

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    Note: This module makes use of external websites. These can change without notice or be taken offline. You may need to find other sites to answer questions. Check with your teacher if you need help.

  • DayDate--C--%--hPa--C--C--am--pm------Observation#2---Activity #2 CloudsFind the following Key Terms Definition onlineCloud - Atmosphere -Cloud - Cirrus - Stratus Cumulous NimbusWeather Summary Day 2--Km/h--mm---

  • Websites to Find InformationIMPORTANT MUST USEDaily Highway/cloud/sky pictures herehttp://www.gnb.ca/0113/cameras/dieppe-cam-e.aspDaily temp, forecast, sunrise,sunset, barometer (pressure)http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/canb0055Types of clouds Names Herehttp://eo.ucar.edu/webweather/cloud3.html

  • Activity #2 - CloudsDO THIS: Part 2.4 Now that you know more about cloud types and cloud cover, go back to your picture for both Day 1 and Day 2. Fill in the Cloud Type and Cloud Cover sections. You can look at the wall poster or the Globe resources if you need to review. Part 2.1 Each day you will compare the picture from online to the pictures of clouds foundthe cloud type site, other websites or possibly from a cloud poster found on a wall nearby. The following activities will help you in your interpretation of both Cloud Type and Cloud Cover. Your answer could indicate multiple types of clouds, no clouds or an obscured view of the sky (because of fog for example).Part 2.2 Go to the Globe Video page and watch the Cloud Cover and Cloud Type video. (down a few videos in list)Part 2.3 Take a tour of the Globe Cloud Types and then try the cloud quiz. Note: Your mark for cloud identification and cloud cover types will be based on your daily entry. Paying attention here will make that task easier. Wikipedia Encarta Online Jetstream Weather School Globe Atmosphere Chapter Weather Doctors Cloud Atlas Meteorological Service of CanadaClouds are an important part of weather. The type and amount of cloud cover can give an indication of what weather to expect. Your daily cloud photo and interpretation of it are important.A Note about the Globe Site: Globe is a program for schools to record and submit information collected about a wide range of environmental topics. You can disregard the information about how to report your data. The Weather Station will help you collect your information. Also, while the Globe videos you will watch feature younger students, the information is still relevant to you and your learning.If you get confused, review the cloud Cover and Type video.

    Cloud Cover SummaryPortion of Sky ObscuredCloud Cover DescriptionUnable to tellObscuredNo CloudsNoneLess than 10%Low10% - 25%Isolated25% - 50%Scattered50% - 90%Broken90%+Overcast

  • DayDate--C--%--hPa--C--C--am--pm------Observation#3---Activity #3 The AtmosphereDefine these key terms using textbooks or onlineAtmosphere - Energy Balance - Albedo - Average Surface Temperature - Troposphere - Stratosphere - Sun -

    Weather Summary Day 3--Km/h--mm---

  • Activity #3 The AtmospherePart 3.4 What is meant by the phrase, all weather comes from the sun? Is it a true statement? Check some sources on the internet to find the answers. (3) Part 3.3 Clouds can slow the rate at which the Earth loses heat. How does this happen? (3)Part 3.1 What are the main elements which make up the atmosphere? (3)Part 3.2 In which sphere of the atmosphere does most weather occur? (1) BBC Weather / Encarta Online / Encyclopedia.com / Jetstream / MSCPart 3.5 The Earth gives off as much energy as it takes in from the sun. What evidence is there that this statement is true? (Hint the answer is on this page think about it. (3) Answer:

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    Directions Use the Jetstream site to find the answers to most of these questions.Answer:

    Part 3.6 Dont forget, Jetstream has an Atmosphere Quiz.

  • DayDate--C--%--hPa--C--C--am--pm------Observation#4---Activity #4 Temperature, Pressure and HumidityDefine theseKey Terms using the internetAtmospheric Pressure - Humidex - Windchill - Humidity - Temperature -

    Weather Summary Day 4--Km/h--mm---

  • Activity #4 Temperature, Pressure and HumidityPart 4.4 How does wind chill effect non-living things? (3) Part 4.3 Why is the combination of high heat and humidity particularly dangerous to a persons health? What precautions should people take in such conditions? (3)Part 4.1 What is temperature? What does it measure? (3) Part 4.2 What role does atmospheric pressure play in determining the weather? What kind of weather is generally predicted when the barometer is falling? (3) Encarta Online MSC - Humidity Encyclopedia.com MSC Windchill Program Jetstream Weather SchoolIn addition to complaining about rain and snow, people often describe the weather as too hot, too cold, or too humid. The combination of temperature and humidity, along with wind conditions and other factors can have a big influence on how we perceive the weather. Answer:

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    Answer: Part 4.5 Dont forget, Jetstream has an Atmosphere Quiz. Note though that not all the questions are about this topic.Answer:

  • DayDate--C--%--hPa--C--C--am--pm------Observation#5---Activity #5 PrecipitationDefine these key terms using the internetProbability of Precipitation - Rain - Hail - Sleet - Snow - Freezing Rain - Water Cycle - Weather Summary Day 5--Km/h--mm---

  • Activity #5 - PrecipitationPart 5.4 How much precipitation falls to the earth in a typical year? Hint: Look first on the BBC site. (1)

    Part 5.3 Typical weather forecasts will give a probability of precipitation (pop or POP). What does this number indicate? How is it expressed? Give an example. (3)Part 5.1 What causes precipitation? What conditions are necessary for precipitation to occur? (3)Part 5.2 How is precipitation an important part of the Water Cycle? Is precipitation necessary for the survival of life on earth? In other words, do we need rain (and snow) to live? (3)Wikipedia WeatherWorld2010 BBC Weather Wise Jetstream Weather School MSC Interpreting ForecastsHail, rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow are all ways that accumulated moisture can fall to the ground. Knowing what precipitation is, how it forms, and how

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