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See also ClimateChange and Meteorology



Climate.gov - NOAA data and reports for a magazine, links to data, videos, and climate change assessment reports along with "Past Weather" - weather on your date of birth, type in the year and city; the weather yesterday, etc; and "Global Climate Dashboard" - see the change in temperature, carbon dioxide, sea level and much more for the last 50 years for an easy view of how these factors have shifrted over a long period




  • Climate Diagnostics Bulletin - from the Climate Prediction Center, National Centers for Environmental Prediction, National Weather Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Climate - publications (National Climatic Data Center)
  • Global Climate Change - projects and reports from the Pew Center.
  • Investigating the Climate System: Weather - helps students learn how to find, interpret, and describe weather data. Students learn also about drought, flooding, wind and dust storms, hurricanes, and lightning, as well as the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite - the information it provides and why that information is important.



  • U.S. Statewide Analysis - generate state graphs covering temperature and precipitation for a range of years (National Climatic Data Center)
  • Colorado Climate Center - established in 1974, with information and expertise on Colorado's complex climate (CSU Agricultural Experiment Station)




  • Investigating the Climate System: Energy - offers lessons that focus on questions: Does ground surface influence temperature? How important is water evaporation to the cooling of a surface? If my town grows, will it affect the area's temperature? Why are summer temperatures in the desert southwest so much higher than at the same latitude in the southeast? (NASA)


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