Clouds and Patterns of Weather
Cloud types and patterns have long been used to predict the weather. Even with today’s space age technology, meteorologists rely heavily on interpreting the images of cloud patterns provided by orbiting satellites. This dramatic programme reviews how clouds are formed, illustrates different types of clouds and explains what these different types indicate in terms of weather patterns.
Format DVD, 21 mins.
Positive And Negative Impacts Of UK Weather Systems
The changeable nature of the weather in the British Isles has an impact on everyday lives from travel arrangements to sporting fixtures. This programme examines how low (depressions) and high pressure weather systems (anti-cyclones) operate before identifying some of the impacts on human activity. Utilising comment from experts from the National Oceanographic Centre in Southampton and the University of the West of England in Bristol this resource compares the positive and negative impacts of various UK weather systems.
Format DVD, 22mins.
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