Jeff Privette, NOAA
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- Video could be used as an introduction piece on a weather or climate-change unit.
- Educator might also use this video when explaining the use of technology in science, and how it is created to supply better data to make more informed observations and decisions.
About the Science
- Video describes the challenges of using satellites that people designed for observing changes in the weather from day to day, to study changes in climate from decade to decade.
- Comments from expert scientist: This small video informs us about the importance of satellite data, not just for weather forecast but also its valuable role in climate studies for providing future climate projections.
About the Pedagogy
- A downloadable transcript is provided along with scrolling text
- Uses cameras as an analogue for improvements in satellite technology.
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