martes, 1 de noviembre de 2016

ANTÁRTICA. Polar science in the classroom

Meteorologist John Law and Marine Assistant Saz Reed from British Antarctic Survey's Rothera Station have made this lovely educational film for schools. Find out how temperature, wind speed and pressure observations made by meteorologists that are used to make weather forecasts are also important for identifying changes in the climate over time.

Marine Assistant Saz's job includes diving to collect marine animals for observation and study. When not diving she is part of the research team that launches rigid inflatable boats around Rothera to deploy scientific instruments that measure the marine environment.

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