AERA Leads American Students in a Research Collaboration with Scottish Students Students from the State College Area High School result of temperature extremes, large variations in in State College, Pennsylvania, and Craigmount High evapotranspiration rates, and mechanical stress pro- School an d Jame s Gillespie's High Schoo l in Edinburgh, duce d by stron g katabatic winds. Th e aforementioned Scotland, collaborated on a study to determine the phenomen a all depen d on th e diurnal cycle of heating developmen t of the vegetation on historically and an d cooling in the valley. lichenonmetrically dated Th e expedition to moraine s and to attempt Bodalsbree n glaciertook to isolate th e meteorologi- place from mid-June to cal factor s responsible for early July 1994. Th e stu- the pattern development dent s who participated observe d on the glacial combine d data and col- forefront of the Bodals- laborated on writing two breen glacier situated near papers, "Micrometeoro- Stryn in souther n Norway. logica l Studies in the Thoma s Arnold, AMS Bodalen Glacial Valley, Atmospheri c Education Norway: Interpretation of Resource Agent (AERA), the Energy Budget Ob- an d teacher at the State servations," and "Stud- College
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1995
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