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by Angella Streluk Alan Rodgers
Author: Angella Streluk Alan Rodgers
Publisher: Heinemann Library (June 15, 2007)
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Автор: Rodgers, Alan Streluk, Angella Название: Rain and snow Издательство . Дата издания: 2. 6 It also explains how professionals use weather data to predict weather.
It also explains how professionals use weather data to predict weather and climate change.
Measuring the Weather' is a series for eight to ten year olds. Each volume discusses the different ways of recording weather data, how to interpret the data and why the weather plays such an important role in the lives of people around the world.
Series: Measuring the Weather (Book 1). Paperback: 32 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1432900816. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle.
Start studying Measuring the weather ( Lesson 2 ). Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. It can measure rain, snow or hail. We measure precipitation in millimetres ( mm ). Thermometer. It measures the temperature in the air. We measure temperature in degrees centigrade (ºC ). Anemometer. It measures the speed of the wind. We measure it in kilometres per hour. It tells us about the air pressure, which can indicate if it will rain. It tells us the direction of the wind. It can be north, south, east or west. A prediction of future weather conditions. Flickr Creative Commons Images.
Measuring the Weather: Sunshine and Clouds (Measuring the Weather): ISBN 9780431038438 (978-0-431-03843-8) Hardcover, Heinemann . Rain and Snow (Measuring the Weather). by Alan Rodgers, Angella Streluk.
Measuring the Weather: Sunshine and Clouds (Measuring the Weather): ISBN 9780431038438 (978-0-431-03843-8) Hardcover, Heinemann Educational Books - Library Division, 2002. Precipitation (Measuring the Weather). ISBN 9781403401281 (978-1-4034-0128-1) Softcover, Heinemann/Raintree, 2002. ISBN 9780431038605 (978-0-431-03860-5) Softcover, Heinemann Library, 2008.
Where does rain come from? How is snow measured? Find out in 'Precipitation', a fascinating introduction to our wet and wild weather! . Precipitation (Measuring the Weather) Paperback – August 4, 2007. by. Alan Rodgers (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Alan Rodgers (Author), Angella Streluk (Author).
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About the Author: Alan Rodgers is a Heinemann-Raintree author.
Rain gauge-rainfall measurements. A rain gauge is an instrument that measures the amount of rainfall at a given time interval. In the more modern era, a common rain gauge is called the tipping bucket type. A bucket doesn't really tip-a pair of small receiving funnels alternate in the collection of the rain. When one fills up with water, it tips and spills out, and the other comes into place to do the collecting. These little funnels tip each time rainfall amounts t. 1 inches. The tip triggers a signal that is transmitted and recorded.
Measuring the Weather Weather Icons key: For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. Rainfall is usually measured in millimetres (mm). Snow, sleet, hail, dew and fog are also types of precipitation. Use the Beaufort scale to estimate wind speed. Learn that a barometer is used to measure air pressure.