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Climate topics 
Annual changes in weather
Archived satellite images, storm animations and special events hundreds of selected satellite images capturing some of the more important weather and environmental events over the last 30 years
Astronomical theory of climate change The tilt of the earth relative to its plane of travel about the sun is what causes seasons. The hemisphere "pointing toward" the sun is in summer, while the opposite hemisphere is in winter
Atmospheric Pressure
Changes in the Antarctic ice sheet The Antarctic ice sheet changes in size over the course of a year
Climate change global climate change is a change in the long-term weather patterns that characterize the regions of the world. Weather refers to the short-term (daily) changes in temperature
Climate, culture, and catastrophe in the ancient world climate, archeology, global warming, prehistory
Climatic extremes and weather events hurricanes, heavy precipitation, drought, tornadoes, weather, disasters, global climate change, el nino, la nina storm, reports, climate monitoring, climatic data, historical, global, extremes, satellite images, radar composites
Climate prediction climate change, distributed computing, climate, climate model, is the largest experiment to try and produce a forecast of the climate in the 21st century
Climate Timeline
Composite satellite images MPEG movies show weather systems over a rotating globe
Consequences of the rotation the rotation of the earth for weather cariolis force, What is the Coriolis Effect
Coriolis force What is the Coriolis Effect
Coriolis force
Coriolis force Explanation of the Coriolis Effect
Coriolis force Explanation of the Coriolis Effect
Coriolis misconceptions
Cracking the ice age climate, ice age, Raymo, tibetan plateau, glacier, climactic change, Eocene, wilson cycles, greenhouse effect, carbon dioxide, plate tectonics, Alfred Wenger, triangulation, chlorofluorocarbons, NOVA
Dendroclimatology in dendroclimatology tree rings are used to study and reconstruct the climate in an area
Dendrochronology source for information on tree-ring research (dendrochronology)
Dendrochronology Dendrochronology is the dating and study of annual rings in trees, what is Dendrochronology, What do Tree Rings Tell Us?
Dendrochronology Dendrochronology or tree-ring dating is the method of scientific dating based on the analysis of tree-ring growth patterns, ...
Dendrochronology The Interpretation, Presentation and Use of Tree-Ring Dates, what is Dendrochronology
Dendrochronology Sheffield Dendrochronology Laboratory, Dendrochronology, or tree ring dating, is a method of dating which makes use of the annual nature of tree growth
Earth's orbital parameters Changes in orbital eccentricity affect the Earth-sun distance. Currently, a difference of only 3 percent (5 million kilometers) exists between closest approach (perihelion), which occurs on or about January 3, and furthest departure (aphelion), which occurs on or about July 4, ...
Energy and matter
Glacier the weather, the climate, oceans, exploration of Antarctica
Global land environments since the last interglacial ecosystems maps
Global land ice measurements from space using the world's glaciers to monitor climate changes
National snow and ice data center (NSIDC)
Paleoclimatology paleoclimatology, geology, earth science, quaternary, climate change, climate variability, global warming, temperature, precipitation, climate model, sediments, tree rings, ice cores, boreholes, fossils, corals, pollen, foraminifera, oxygen isotopes, laminated sediments, carbon, radiocarbon, carbon dioxide, ocean, lakes
Satellite image atlas of glaciers of the world
Satellite meteorology online remote sensing guide
Seasons applet swf file
Systems theory definitions of systems and models
Wind Atlases of the World
Air quality meteorology the basic concepts of meteorology and air quality necessary to understand meteorological computer models
Aneroid Barometer and How To Use It The Aneroid Barometer and How To Use It, A barometer is an instrument for measuring the pressure of the air, due to the weight of the column of air above it
Atmosphere Animated diagram of the earth's atmosphere for teachers and students, atmosphere, temperature, composition
Atmospheric electricity homepage
Atmospheric Halos
Atmospheric Pressure Introduction to the Atmosphere
Barometric Formula Atmospheric Pressure
Beaufort scale the Beaufort Wind Force Scale is a system for estimating wind strengths without the use of instruments, based on the effects wind has on the physical environment
Beaufort scale Beaufort Wind Force Scale, The Beaufort scale is an empirical measure for describing wind intensity based mainly on observed sea conditions. Its full name is the Beaufort wind force scale, ...
Earth's atmosphere
Earth's atmosphere
Forces and winds wind pressure, coriolis force, geostrophic wind, breezes
Hygrometry The relative humidity is the ratio (expressed as a percentage) of the partial pressure of the water vapour actually present to the partial pressure of water present at saturation in air at the same temperature
Ozone hole: a multimedia tour ozone hole tour, stratosphere, polar ozone, lower stratosphere, chlorine, CFC, PSC, polar stratospheric clouds
Ozone shield life as we know it is possible in part because of the protection afforded by the ozone layer
Solar change
UV radiation The UV-index is a measure of the intensity of the UV radiation coming from the sun, weighted for the sensitivity of the human skin
UV index What is the UV index
Warm and cold fronts animation
Wind circulation animation
Windpower coriolis force, wind energy, wind deflection, ...
Atmospheric Temperature 
Acoustic thermometry of ocean climate the basic idea of ATOC is simple. Sound travels faster in warm water than in cold water. The travel time of a sound signal from a source near California to a receiver near Alaska, for example, will decrease if the intervening ocean warms up, and will increase if the ocean cools down
Atmospheric Temperature Atmospheric Temperature The temperature of our atmosphere is controlled by a complex set of interactions between the biosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere, ...
Dew Point Calculation describes the calculations required for determining the dew point temperature
Dew Point Temperature
Dew Point Temperature
Global mean surface temperatures
Global warming what should we do about global warming?
Sea surface temperatures Mean Sea Surface Temperatures
Sea surface temperature
Temperature and Dew Point Tutorial
Temperature extremes and drought, Historical global extremes
Temp, Humidity & Dew Point
World temperature extremes

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