Geographic Effects on Precipitation, Water Vapor and Temperature
From NASA My NASA Data
There are many factors that affect an area?s climate. By understanding these factors, someone could predict the average temperature, temperature range, and precipitation patterns of an area. They could also predict the type of vegetation likely to grow in an area based on these atmospheric conditions. In this activity, students will work in groups of three. Each group will be assigned one of six sets of cities. Each group will be responsible for comparing and contrasting the temperature, precipitation, and water vapor for the two cities in their set. At the end of the activity, students will present their findings to the rest of the class and determine whether or not the two locations have similar or different climatic conditions.
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DLESE Catalog ID: MYND-000-000-000-093
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Contact: Dr Lin Chambers