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Storms

Video: How Do We Know - Tracking Tornadoes - Climate Central

October 13, 2011, 2:48 pm
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SUMMARY

1 min 58 sec

How do we know when a tornado is forming? Scientist Harold Brooks explains how Doppler radars are used to track storm formation.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING MATERIALS

Watch >> How Do We Know: Tracking Tornadoes

 

TEACHING NOTES / CONTEXT FOR USE

This short educational video teaches about the formation and prediction of tornadoes and the future of severe weather due to climate change.

ASSESSMENT

Assessment is at the discretion of the educator and how this video is applied and the expectations after viewing it.

REFERENCES AND RESOURCES

Harold Brooks - Dr. Harold Brooks is a research meteorologist and Head of the Mesoscale Applications Group at the National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) in Norman, Oklahoma.

 

 

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Citation

Baker, J. (2011). Video: How Do We Know - Tracking Tornadoes - Climate Central. Retrieved from http://www.camelclimatechange.org/view/video/170439

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