This site can be used for several different activities in a unit about climate. Using the available maps students can research the climate for several cities throughout the United States. For each city students can learn the elevation, average wind speed, rainfall, high and low temperatures, and more. This information can be used to examine how elevation, topography, winds, geography, latitude, and proximity to water can influence climate. In addition, students can use the information to create their own maps.
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