18 February, 2004
the Climatologist's Toolbox
This fabulous site from The
Why Files helps to explain such things as how scientists use
ice cores from glaciers to look back in time, or how archeology
helps us to understand climate change, or what we can learn about
the weather from tree rings.
Research and Applications
An introducction to how Climate Data is used along with reseach
and data from the National Climatic Data Center.
A Nova Online presentation exploring what scientists have learned
about our environment from exploring the land and ice of Antarctica.
Website: Atmospheric & Space Sciences Topic Index
A great starting place for any of these topics: air quality, aviation
weather, climate, drought, El NiÑo and La NiÑa, fire
weather, floods, greenhouse warming, hurricanes, marine weather,
precipitation, ozone, radiation, and tornadoes.
National Snow and Ice
Everything you ever wanted to know about snow and ice.
Niño Theme Page
Everything El Niño from the Pacific Marine Environmental
Yahoo's up-to-the-minute science news coverage includes many weather
related topics, including Global
Warming, the Ozone
Hole, and El
Niño and La Niña.
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More interesting sites you might want to try.