Occasionally altocumulus clouds show vertical development and produce tower-like extensions. These altocumulus clouds are in the early stages of development.
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Courtesy of UCAR Digital Image Library
Cloudy Day: Hands-on and Online Classroom Adventures Bridging Basic Weather Science to Literacy, Arts, and ELL
Welcome to the online resources for out NSTA workshop entitled Cloudy Day! This web portal is intended to provide links and additional information to those who attended our workshop at a recent NSTA conference.
Members download Powerpoint presentation
Cloud in a Bottle
Cloud Viewer (760K PDF)
Clouds in Art
Our Poetic Planet
The Clouds section of Windows to the Universe
Cloud Types Photograph Presentation (2.4MB PowerPoint file)
Clouds in Art Resources
Clouds in Art Interactive
Clouds in Art Presentation (9MB PowerPoint file)
Our Poetic Planet: Poems that Describe the Earth
Write a Poem: Weather Poetry and Pictures - View cloud paintings and submit a poem to our site!
CMMAP - Studying Clouds and Climate
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Becca Hatheway (contact)
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