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Climate Change Updates for Science and Geography Teachers

Together with climate scientists from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, we have compiled two booklets based on the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report. The contents have been chosen to support the new National Curriculum in England. The booklets can be found on the MetLink site, under the climate tab, and are available for science and geography or, to request a print copy, please contact education@rmets.org

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When will it snow?

What are the requirements for snow? There are three main requirements for snow, these are: MoistureThere must be water vapour in the air for clouds

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Secondary Geography
Look at weather data for air mass case studies
Secondary Geography
How fast does a cold front move? An investigation using weather station data
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What types of weather are good for different sporting events?
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