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"Winds of Change" Interactive, Educational CD-ROM
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Abstract: "Winds of Change" CD - is an interactive educational CD-ROM designed as a science curriculum resource for middle school teachers. The CD focuses on the topics of oceans, weather, and the earth's atmosphere. In addition it presents information about the NASA Scatterometer mission. The disc contains images, QuickTime movies, and text information written by professional curriculum writers. Text information is organized into background information files that describe in detail a particular topic, and classroom activities that can be used to support the teaching of a topic. Due to a limited supply, this CD may be ordered directly by emailing us at pcfalcon@mail1.jpl.nasa.gov.
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Description: "Winds of Change" is an interactive educational CD-ROM designed as a science curriculum resource for middle school teachers.
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When PO.DAAC data are used in a publication, we request that the following
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"These data were obtained from the NASA Physical Oceanography Distributed
Active Archive Center at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of
Technology".

We also request a reprint of any papers or reports published using the data
from the JPL PO.DAAC. These reprints will be used in our reference archives as
well as in the determination of future PO.DAAC products.
Distribution
Distribution Media: CD-ROM
Fees: No Charge
Personnel
Role: SERF AUTHOR
Phone: (818) 393-7165
Email: podaac at podaac.jpl.nasa.gov
Contact Address:
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
M/S 300-320
4800 Oak Grove Drive
City: Pasadena
Province or State: CA
Postal Code: 91109-8099
Country: USA
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