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Did the European Conquest of the Americas Contribute to the Little Ice Age? from Teaching Geography, 2019. Investigating weather through

Weather, Climate and Covid-19

Sylvia Knight, Head of Education at the Royal Meteorological Society, recently recorded a podcast for the Royal Geographical Society with

Arctic Maritime Air

Over the weekend, we saw Arctic Maritime air descend over the UK, with temperatures dropping by around 10C. The following

Short Atmospheric Physics Videos

We have been delighted to work together with Imperial College, London and the Institute of Physics Environmental Physics group to

New Contour Drawing Resources

We’ve pulled all our contour drawing resources into one place, and made a short video guide to drawing contours onto

Passage of a Depression

We are delighted to have worked together with Fuzzy Duck to produce this animation (which will be interactive shortly) showing

Coriolis Effect Film

We are delighted to announce a new and exciting short animation explaining the physics behind the Coriolis Effect. The film

Free Weather CPD

Our award winning, online weather and climate CPD course for secondary geography teachers, Come Rain or Shine, is starting its

Tree Ring Resources

We were delighted to launch our past weather and climate teaching resources at the Geographical Association’s meeting in Manchester last

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