HURRICANE ON LINE LAB:                                                                                          GLOSSARY
 

This on-line lab contains 5 parts:

  1. Parts I, II, III, and IV require the student to answer questions about hurricanes using the provided worksheets.  The answers to the questions are contained in the websites which are listed under each part .

  2. FOR PART V:  You are required to print the map provided and plot the daily locations of two hurricanes while answering the questions on the worksheet

Part I :     What is a Hurricane?

Complete the Worksheet and Puzzle using the following links.
Read this article:  Sever Weather: Hurricanes  
Answer this worksheet:   Worksheet
Complete this Hurricanes Puzzle:    Puzzle



Part II :     Naming Hurricanes:  

Complete the Worksheet using the following links.
Read this article:   Naming Hurricanes
Answer this worksheet    Hurricane Names Worksheet


Part III:   Measuring  Hurricanes:

View the interactive tutorials, the complete the Worksheet using the following  links.
Read this Article:  Safir-Simpson Scale
Compete the worksheet:   Worksheet  

For a cool Hurricane Animation visit:  Storm Surge     Storm Surge II



Part IV:   Life Cycle of a Hurricane:  

Complete the Worksheet using the following links.
Read these articles:   Origin and Life Cycle
Compete the worksheet:   Worksheet


Part V:   Mapping of Hurricanes:   

Complete the Worksheets using the following links.
Compete the worksheet: Latitude/Longitude Review Worksheet: Worksheet

Next, print this map.   Print this Map . . .

Then complete the following worksheet about Hurricanes Elisabeth and Morrow.   Hurricanes Elisabeth and Morrow


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