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Science Sampler: Weathering database technology

by: Robert Snyder

Collecting weather data is a traditional part of a meteorology unit at the middle level, but making connections between the data and weather conditions can be a challenge for students. One way to help students make these connections clearer is to enter the data into a database. This allows students to quickly compare different fields of data and recognize which readings are associated with certain types of weather.

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Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2005Stock # ss05_028_05_37Volume 028Issue 05

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