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Education and FAQs
Science: Earth Sciences: Atmospheric Sciences: Meteorology: Education
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BBC Earth - Hurricanes
- Provides an animated hurricane guide and various video clips relating to hurricanes, also known as typhoons and cyclones.
EducationWorld.com - Lesson Planning: Hurricane Watch
- Hurricane learning, lesson plans, and science projects for elementary school grades and above.
Florida Division of Emergency Management
- Division of Emergency Management manages the overall response and recovery efforts to natural and technological disaster response in Florida by integrating resources statewide.
How Stuff Works: Hurricanes
- Three-part explanation of hurricanes, with many related links.
Miami Museum of Science-Hurricane Main Menu
- Superb science lessons and explanations.
NOAA - Hurricane Research Division: FAQ
- Excellent, detailed, and up to date catalogue of commonly asked questions and answers, with additional links for more information.
NOAA - Science Education Pages
- The National Data Buoy Center, with an interactive questions and answers asking such questions as, "What are hurricanes?" and "How do winter storms differ from summer storms?"
NPR: Hurricane Season
- Animation illustrating the Saffir-Simpson scale and the type of damage caused by each category of hurricanes, and a map showing the path of previous hurricanes from 1850 to today.
University of Illinois - Hurricanes
- Online meteorology guide includes growth processes, development stages, movement, public awareness and action, damage, names, global activity and el nino.
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