This category is for educational and informational sites about meteorology and the weather.
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Air Quality Meteorology
Developmental course of the US Environmental Protection Agency in conjunction with the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Ask A Scientist - Weather
Questions from educators and students are answered by the Argonne National Laboratory.
Auroras: Paintings in the Sky
Illustrated journey of the "Northern Lights." Photos and QuickTime movies of the northern lights, and Realaudio interviews with NASA scientists.
Debunks some widespread misconceptions about clouds, rain, atmospheric circulation, the greenhouse effect, and other topics.
Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology
Outlines of courses available, data held, contact details, and history of this cooperative by sixteen governments in the region.
Center for Atmosphere Ocean Studies, Courant Institute
Research, graduate school studies in applied math, dynamical meteorology, physical oceanography and climate system modeling.
El Nino Resource Center
Welcome to the El Niño Workshop - online for education.
Index to Training Materials and Essays on Storm Chasing and Meteorology
This site provides an organized list of training materials and essays on storm chasing and meteorology that are available on the internet.
Infography about Meteorology
Online and print resources recommended by a professor who specializes in research about meteorology.
Archived FAQs from the Usenet newsgroup sci.geo.meteorology.
Meteorology: Simply for Yachties
A weather training package course for all sailors. Provides information on the lessons, the author and the cost.
NWS JetStream - An Online School for Weather
A resource intended for educators, emergency managers, and the general public. Includes topical material and lesson plans.
Professor Mandia's Weather Resources
Website for a introduction to weather class at Suffolk County Community College.
Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science
SOARS provides educational and research opportunities, mentoring, career counseling and guidance, and financial support for culturally-diverse students in the atmospheric and related sciences.
Information about the physics of snow crystals and snowflakes as well as the history of early scientific observations and photographs, how to take photos, preserving snow crystals, and unusual snowflakes.
Stuff In The Air
Weather phenomena and imagery. Concise descriptions of how weather instruments work. Atmospheric problems and solutions.
The Weather Doctor
Explores the science and beauty of weather, including a monthly almanac, weather history, weather elements and phenomena, weather and the arts.
Discusses several topics of weather including clouds, seasons, air pressure, winds, global warming, and violent weather. Also includes activities to give students a hands-on experience with weather.
What is a Rainbow?
Educational site explaining the physics and chemistry of rainbows.
WW2010 (Weather World 2010 Project)
Educational CD-ROM that integrates current and archived weather data with instructional resources.
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