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OPAL Climate Survey weather kit

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Can be used to take meterological measurements for the OPAL Climate survey, or as a stand alone activity.

Note: We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL Climate Survey but you can still study climate using the resources.

In Activity 1, you can look for contrails - the tracks that planes leave behind in the sky. Contrails are important because they may contribute to the warming of our climate by preventing some infrared radiation leaving the earth.

OPAL Climate Survey thermal comfort card

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Note: We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL Climate Survey but you can still study climate using the resources.

In Activity 1, you can look for contrails - the tracks that planes leave behind in the sky. Contrails are important because they may contribute to the warming of our climate by preventing some infrared radiation leaving the earth.

In Activity 2 and 3, you can explore how wind at cloud height can be different from what we experience at ground level, with the help of mirrors and bubbles.

OPAL Climate Survey field guide

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Note: We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL Climate Survey but you can still study climate using the resources.

In Activity 1, you can look for contrails - the tracks that planes leave behind in the sky. Contrails are important because they may contribute to the warming of our climate by preventing some infrared radiation leaving the earth.

In Activity 2 and 3, you can explore how wind at cloud height can be different from what we experience at ground level, with the help of mirrors and bubbles.

OPAL Cloud ID guide (climate survey)

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Note: We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL Climate Survey but you can still study climate using the resources.

In Activity 1, you can look for contrails - the tracks that planes leave behind in the sky. Contrails are important because they may contribute to the warming of our climate by preventing some infrared radiation leaving the earth.

In Activity 2 and 3, you can explore how wind at cloud height can be different from what we experience at ground level, with the help of mirrors and bubbles.

OPAL Climate Survey Booklet

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Note: We are no longer accepting results for the OPAL Climate Survey but you can still study climate using the resources.

In Activity 1, you can look for contrails - the tracks that planes leave behind in the sky. Contrails are important because they may contribute to the warming of our climate by preventing some infrared radiation leaving the earth.

In Activity 2 and 3, you can explore how wind at cloud height can be different from what we experience at ground level, with the help of mirrors and bubbles.

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