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Restless climate - Lessons using data skills
Water cycle - Lessons using data skills
Ymchwiliad Annibynnol Safon Uwch Daearyddiaeth – Canllaw i Fyfyrwyr

Restless climate: Lessons using data skills

Professor Rob Wilby, Loughborough University

Teacher instructions

These lesson plans have been written for use at A Level. Please refer to the specification you are following to make sure that you only use relevant skills and content.

Lesson 1 – Global warming pause: a myth or reality?

Worksheet 1

Datasheet 1

 Lesson 2 – Checking the quality of meteorological data

Worksheet 2

Datasheet 2a

Datasheet 2b

Lesson 3 – Uncovering teleconnection patterns for Europe

Worksheet 3

Datasheet 3

Lesson 4 – Reconstructing rainfall patterns of the distant past

Worksheet 4

Datasheet 4

Lesson 5 – Investigating the incidence of heatwaves in London

Worksheet 5

Datasheet 5

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