Meteorology Study Products
Meteorology Study Products
Easy to assemble kit to determine relative humidity.
For determining relative atmospheric humidity.
This 3 in 1 Weather Station Measures Temperature in Celsius, Air Pressure, and Air Moisture Levels
In this modeling activity, students follow a molecule of water as it travels through the water cycle.
Students work together in teams to interpret weather maps from eight consecutive days.
Easy to write upon pill boxes for identification and filing. The "shell" or outer sleeve is covered with glossy white paper. Both tray and shell are rigid and strong. Available in four sizes.
First weather stations in their class to use frequency-hopping spread-spectrum radio to transmit and receive data up to 1,000 ft. (300m) line of sight.
Helps teach all parts of the water cycle — solid, liquid and gas.
A apparatus that helps demonstrate how clouds form. The GSC Cloud Forming Apparatus demonstrates the principles of cloud formation even when there isn't a cloud in the sky. When the atmospheric pressure is lowered in the chamber and smoke particles are introduced, a nucleus for the formation of water droplets is produced. When the bulb is compressed and then suddenly released, a cloud is formed inside the flask.
Young Scientists become meteorologists by making their own weather station.
Students learn about tornadoes, clouds, evaporation, condensation and precipitation.
Create a weather station right in your classroom with these durable meteorological instruments.
Overflow chamber catches excess for later measurement.
Durable plastic construction with nesting ability makes it easy to use and simple to store.
Three model offer numerous features
|Includes||Anemometer, wind vane, compass, indoor and outdoor thermometers, rain gauge, data log, cloud charts, and weather tower storage case|
|Height (Metric)||25.4 cm|
|Width (English)||4 in.|
|For Use With (Application)||Self contained and can be mounted outdoors on any fence or rail, gain a basic understanding of key weather factors such as temperature, total rainfall, wind speed, and wind direction|
|Width (Metric)||10.1 cm|
|Height (English)||10 in.|
Make clouds even on days when Mother Nature doesn't!
|Includes||Black Steel holder|
|For Use With (Application)||Decorative measuring for garden bed or container|
Graphically demonstrate basic concepts in meteorology to the entire class.
Follow and record the path of hurricanes.
What will the weather be like today?
Replicate the individual processes of the water cycle — evaporation, condensation and precipitation.
Teach cloud formation in all types of weather.