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Meteorological instruments (basic)

Meteorological instruments (basic)

This animation demonstrates instruments used to examine atmospheric phenomena.

Geography

Keywords

meteorology, weather forecast, weather observation, weather station, weather, Global Observing System, satellite, temperature, wind, air pressure, precipitation, evaporation, sunshine duration, geography

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