Experiments

Experiments, demonstrations and DIY weather instruments to bring weather teaching to life


Increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere are buffered by the oceans, as they absorb roughly 30 % of this CO2. The negative consequences of
Topics: Oceans
If the oceans are absorbing large quantities of water, and if we know the oceans are warming due to global warming, what is the
Topics: Oceans
The dew point is the temperature at which, with a given amount of water vapour in the air, water vapour will condense to form
Topics: Atmosphere
We get different sorts of weather because of the way warm air and cold air move around us in the atmosphere.
Topics: Atmosphere
Make your own Galileo Thermometer. This is a very tricky experiment to get right.
Topics: Atmosphere
How reflective is that surface? Learn about albedo The albedo is a measure of the proportion of electromagnetic radiation that is reflected by a
Topics: Atmosphere
Hot air rises! Learn about convection.
Topics: Atmosphere
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