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Hurricanes & tornadoes [videorecording] /

by Christian, Spencer; JWM Productions; Schlessinger Media.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Schlessinger science libraryWeather fundamentals. Publisher: Wynnewood, PA : Schlessinger Media, c2005Description: 1 videodisc (23 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teacher's guide.ISBN: 1417101547 : ; 9781417101542.Language note: English and Spanish language tracks; closed captioned.Title notes: $12.95 5/10/2010 (hm)Other title: Hurricanes and tornadoes.Subject(s): DVD-Video discs | Tornadoes -- Juvenile films | Hurricanes -- Juvenile films | Weather -- Juvenile films | Tornadoes | Hurricanes | Weather | Tornadoes -- Juvenile films | Hurricanes -- Juvenile films | Weather -- Juvenile films | Educational videos | Video recordings for children | Video recordings for the hearing impairedSpencer Christian, host.Summary: Students will study both tornadoes and hurricanes from their early beginnings to the full-blown storms that wreak havoc on land. The program shows how meteorologists use data such as location, movement, wind speed, temperature and air pressure to predict the course of these storms and provide early warnings to people living in their path.
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Study both tornadoes and hurricanes from their early beginnings to the full-blown storms that wreak havoc on land. See how meteorologists use data to predict the course of these storms and provide early warnings.

$12.95 5/10/2010 (hm)

DVD.

English and Spanish language tracks; closed captioned.

Spencer Christian, host.

Grades 4-7.

Students will study both tornadoes and hurricanes from their early beginnings to the full-blown storms that wreak havoc on land. The program shows how meteorologists use data such as location, movement, wind speed, temperature and air pressure to predict the course of these storms and provide early warnings to people living in their path.

Special features: discussion questions & activities, investigation data sheet.

Editor, Marc Masters, Christine Romero ; music, Jerry LaRosa & DeWolfe Music.

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