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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.
Secondary Science
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
Secondary Science
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
Secondary Maths, Secondary Science
How big is a raindrop? Collect data and analyse mode, mean and median, range, interquartile range and standard deviation
Secondary Geography
Passage of a Depression – interactive animation. Worksheet to accompany the animation. For 11-14 Depressions from our Weather and Climate teacher’s guide
Secondary Geography
A microclimate is the distinctive climate of a small-scale area, such as a garden, park, valley or part of a city
Secondary Geography
Introduction Project ideas: 1. How accurate are weather forecasts for my local area?2. A survey of how the temperature changes in my back garden3.
Secondary Geography
More than 20,000 people died after a record-breaking heatwave left Europe sweltering in August 2003. The period of extreme heat is thought to be
Secondary Geography
Question to consider: Adaptation to climate change needs to be addressed in all urban policies. Discuss. PDF download     Summary: Adaptation is the
Primary, Secondary Geography
We have made a cloud wheel that can be cut out and used to identify clouds. Simply download the pdf, cut out the two
Secondary Geography
Resources to help with identifying clouds and the processes which cause them.
Secondary Geography
An introduction to Atmospheric Circulation. Use this Global Atmospheric Circulation practice exercise. Changes to the Global Atmospheric Circulation as the climate changes.
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