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Collecting Weather Data for the A Level independent investigation (NEA)

We are delighted to have produced some resources about collecting and using weather measurements for the A Level geography independent investigation (Non-examined Assessment – NEA) which can be found as part of a more general Student’s Guide on the RGS website.

Students are able to borrow weather instruments free of charge from the Society for the NEA – more information here.

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Teaching resources

Secondary Geography
Animation illustrating the weather associated with the passage of a depression.
Secondary Science
Carbon is one of the building blocks of life. Humans, animals and plants are made up of organic compounds.
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