Climate Studies manual 2018-19 - Faculty

Climate Studies manual 2018-19 - Faculty

By: American Meteorological Society Education Program

SKU: CLM1819-F

If you have licensed the Climate Studies course, download your material edubooks.ametsoc.org/CLPK-18-F.

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Updated regularly to remain current with climate science and climate events, the manual introduces tools for exploring, analyzing, and interpreting the workings of Earth's climate system.

As a companion to the Our Changing Climate: Introduction to Climate Science or alone, this manual offers an interactive introduction to the Earth's climate science. With 28 investigations, two per chapter, these investigations lead the student through analysis and interpretation of real-world climate.

Publisher: American Meteorological Society
Edition: Academic Year 2018-19 and Summer 2019
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American Meteorological Society Education Program

AMS Education Program Earth-science courses and the associated learning materials were developed by an experienced team of AMS scientists and science educators to bring high quality and scientifically robust educational resources to university and college classrooms nationwide.  Components of the courses are delivered online, allowing students to track real-time weather, ocean and climate events as they occur.  These resources were developed to support and sustain the AMS K-13 professional development programs for U.S. educators, and promote AMS disciplines to the general public.

The Climate Studies Faculty Package bundles Our Changing Climate: Introduction to Climate Science, the Climate Studies eInvestigations Manual and the RealTime Climate Portal. Access to the faculty website is provided by AMS Education.

The Online ePub can be read immediately upon purchase.

The protected ePub Download requires a free Adobe DRM compatible ePub reader. Instructions will be sent upon purchase.

The Softcover is print on demand and will take 2-6 business days to process and print before it ships. It is not a rental.

Please contact onlineclimate@ametsoc.org if you have any questions about the faculty materials.