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Investigations Manual Highlight

Investigations 13A, 13B, 14A, 14B, 15A, and 15B (corresponding to text chapters 13, 14, and 15) are designed for use at any point during the term, including the beginning. These investigations may be used at the discretion of the instructor to bring the local course and AMS real-time delivery schedules into alignment.) Current Weather Studies for these floating chapters are posted in mid-August and available all year.


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Weather Studies eInvestigations Manual


Weather Studies Investigations Manual
  • Investigations lead students through the analysis and interpretation of real-world weather data
  • Two investigations per textbook chapter, a total of 30 lab-related investigations
  • Each investigation is self-contained in the Manual, or may be completed using Current Weather Studies on the RealTime Weather Portal

As eInvestigations Manual activity is self-contained, AMS Weather Studies course materials are available to instructors in their entirety prior to the beginning of a term.

Instructors wanting to have their students study weather as it happens may choose to use the Manual introduction section plus Current Weather Studies prepared twice per week on the RealTime Weather Portal.

Orders for the Weather Studies eInvestigations Manual and/or other course materials should be placed through your college bookstore. Go to the Order Class Materials page for details. Students can also place orders directly through the AMS Online Store, under the AMS Weather Studies header.

If you are a faculty member interested in using the Weather Studies materials in a current or future course offering, you may request an examination copy of the Text and eInvestigations Manual, which includes guest access to the RealTime Weather Portal.

Investigations Listing

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1A: Surface Air Pressure Patterns
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1B: Air Pressure and Wind
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2A: Surface Weather Maps 2B: The Atmosphere in the Vertical
3A: Weather Satellite Imagery 3B: Sunlight Throughout the Year
4A: Temperature and Air Mass Advection 4B: Heating and Cooling Degree-Days and Wind-Chill
5A: Air Pressure Change 5B: Atmospheric Pressure in the Vertical
6A: Clouds, Temperature, and Air Pressure 6B: Rising and Sinking Air
7A: Precipitation Patterns 7B: Doppler Radar
8A: Surface Weather Maps and Forces 8B: Upper-Air Weather Maps
9A: Westerlies and the Jet Stream 9B: ¡El Niño!
10A: The Extra-Tropical Cyclone 10B: Extra-Tropical Cyclone Track Weather
11A: Thunderstorms 11B: Tornadoes
12A: Hurricanes 12B: Hurricane Wind Speeds and Pressure Changes
13A: Weather Instruments and Observations 13B: Weather Forecasts
14A: Optical Phenomena 14B: Atmospheric Refraction
15A: Visualizing Climate 15B: Local Climatic Data

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