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    Science Education Pages - The National Data Bouy Center, with an interactive Q & A asking such questions as, "What are hurricanes?" and "How do winter storms differ from summer storms?"

    Wind and Sea - Teachers' and Students' corner providing links to over 100 educational sites of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as well as links to many other Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric educational sites.

    Classroom Activities: The Pacific Rim - 6 classroom learning activities about the Pacific, including "Monsoon Madness." Provided by Florida Geographic Alliance.

    Emergency Education Quiz - Fun quiz asking all kinds of weather questions, some of which related to hurricanes.

    Lesson Planning: Hurricane Watch - Hurricane learning, lesson plans, and science projects for elementary school grades and above, by Education World.

    Hurricane Georges: An Interdisciplinary Lesson - Teacher's lesson plan about hurricanes. Requires no more than a 486 classroom computer and software downloaded from here. Sponsored by Tools for the Teks: Integrating Technology in the Classroom.

    Weather Here and There - An integrated weather unit of six lessons incorporating interaction with the Internet and hands-on collaborative, problem solving activities for students in grades four through six.

    Teacher's Guide to Hurricane Science - On-going field test of an elementary school teacher's hurricane learning sequence, sponsored by the Miami Museum of Science.

    Hurricane! Adaptations for Special Needs Students - A stimulating classroom exercise designed to challenge students, make them think, and encourage them to rise to the demands of real-world problems. The lesson plan includes materials for students who are being mainstreamed into the regular class.

    Selected Hurricane Readings - A bibliography of books suitable for middle school, high school, and teachers.

    FAQ: Hurricanes, Typhoons, and Tropical Cyclones - An excellent, detailed, and up to date catalogue of commonly asked questions and answers, with additional links for more information.

    Horizon Weather Science Pages - Researched, written, and designed by the 6th grade Horizons Science class at the Mary E. Taylor Middle School in Camden, Maine. Covers typhoons, tsunamis, and monsoons, among other phenomena.

    How Do People Cope with Typhoons in Japan? - A brief description is by the Japanese Information Network.

    Hurricane Andrew for 4th Graders - Outline of a 4th grade lesson plan taking 5 days which uses video, an audio tape, and various other teaching aids.

    How Stuff Works: Hurricanes - Three-part explanation of hurricanes, with many related links.

    Hurricanes as Heat Engines - Teacher lesson plans, movies, and activities to teach about hurricanes.

    Gander Academy's Hurricane Resources on the World Wide Web - This site from Gander Academy is designed for primary and secondary students and teachers. It presents a series of web pages listing hurricane related resources on the World Wide Web, plus interactive hurricane tracking maps for three famous storms.

    Florida Division of Emergency Management - Division of Emergency Management manages the overall response and recovery efforts to natural and technological disaster response in Florida by integrating resources statewide.

    Hurricane Theme Pages - Gander Academy's web site for student research and teaching activities about hurricanes.

    American Meteorological Society - Chief sponsor of the annual Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology. More generally, AMS promotes the development, dissemination, information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.

    Hurricane Dynamics - Researchers at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory of Princeton University use mathematical models to study the genesis, development, and decay of tropical disturbances, thermo-hydrodynamical processes, small-scale features of hurricane systems, and the formation of organized spiral bands.

    Miami Museum of Science-Hurricane Main Menu - Superb science lessons and explanations.

    Movement of Hurricanes - An explanation of global wind movements and hurricanes from the University of Illinois.

    Life Cycle of a Hurricane - Succinct explanation of hurricanes and typhoons from the British Broadcasting Corporation, explaining worldwide naming zones and dates for storm seasons, rating systems, destructive power, and what can be done about them.

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