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A simple anemometer.
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Secondary Geography
Questions to consider: Describe how one country has responded to the threat of sea level rise.Explain why coastal communities are particularly vulnerable to climate
Primary
This series of lessons aims to use a cross-curricular approach to geography and mathematics, to extend children’s knowledge of mountain environments, and their skills
Secondary Geography
A Met Office forecaster was working on secondment in Bermuda during hurricane Igor. Some thoughts were gathered from somebody who experienced it in person.
Primary
What do Weather People do? The Met Office was formed in 1854, with the aim of helping sailors know what was happening to the
Secondary Geography
Residents had little time to react. Cars were swept out to sea, buildings were badly damaged and people had to act quickly to survive.
Secondary Geography
In this lesson we look at the causes of Low pressure systems and the weather they bring to the UK.
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With a bit of care and a few precautions, weather observations can be made quite accurately at school or home. This page contains guidance
Secondary Geography
Have a look at the climate station map of the UK produced by the Met Office. Choose one of the stations, then look at
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