Showing 23 experiments that use the Wireless Weather Sensor with GPS.

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Middle School / Earth Science

Humidity and Dew Point

Students will be using a weather sensor to examine the differences between absolute and relative humidity and relate those to the dew point.

Source: Essential Middle School Science Teacher Lab Manual

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Elementary / Elementary Science

Weather and Climate: Microclimates

Students observe that air temperature and humidity are affected by the type of structures and organic material around them.

Source: Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual

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Elementary / Elementary Science

Monitoring Weather

Students investigate weather throughout the course of the day and look for patterns and relationships using their collected data.

Source: Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual

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High School / BiologyEnvironmental Science

Weather in a Terrarium

Students use a weather sensor in a terrarium to understand the relationship between the water cycle and energy within a microclimate.

Source: Essential Biology Teacher Lab Manual

Advanced Placement / Biology

Transpiration

Students use a pressure sensor and a weather sensor to investigate the rate of transpiration in plants under normal and humid conditions.

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

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Advanced Placement / Biology

Transpiration

In this lab, students investigate the rate of transpiration in plants under normal and humid conditions. Then, they will have the opportunity...

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

Middle School / Earth Science

Investigating Evaporation and Condensation

In this lab, students will use a relative humidity sensor to gain an understanding of the water cycle and evaporation.

Source: Middle School Earth Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Earth Science

Monitoring Weather

In this lab, students will use a weather sensor to monitor weather outdoors at various times of day for an extended period of time.

Source: Middle School Earth Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Earth Science

Observing Clouds

In this lab, students will use a weather sensor to measure meteorological conditions over a period of one week or more.

Source: Middle School Earth Science Teacher Guide

Middle School / Life Science

Transpiration

In this lab, students will use weather sensors to measure changes in humidity and temperature of a small potted plant over a 24-hour period.

Source: Middle School Life Science Teacher Guide

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