Global Change and Remote Sensing Seminar, University of Toledo

Cloud Identification: helpful web pages.

 

S’cool Program

The S’cool program is a NASA sponsored program where students aid in validation of cloud algorithms from satellites (very similar to our program).

            Lesson plans   

http://asd-www.larc.nasa.gov/SCOOL/ 

http://www.pnr-rpn.ec.gc.ca/air/cloudchart/aj00s00.en.html - cloud types

 

The Globe Program (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment)

Students take observations of the weather, water quality and land surface.

http://globe.fsl.noaa.gov/

http://archive.globe.gov/sda-bin/wt/ghp/tg96+L(en)+P(atmosphere/CloudType

 – identifying cloud type.

http://archive.globe.gov/sda-bin/wt/ghp/tg96+L(en)+P(atmosphere/EstimatingCloudCover)

 – estimating cloud cover.

 

UCLA

http://www.atmos.ucla.edu/ugrads/classes/win99/win99_3/scrns/top11.html

 

Texas A&M

Cloud test

http://www.met.tamu.edu/class/Metr304/Exer10dir/cloud-id.html

 

Mississippi State

http://www.met.tamu.edu/class/Metr304/Exer10dir/cloud-id.html

 

Or just type in cloud quiz in Yahoo.com and get a boatload of cites.