When you tell people you know why the wind blows, it won't be a bunch of hot air. In the video from PBS Digital Studios, viewers learn how wind is a consequence of differences in air pressure. Along the way, the video covers the Coriolis effect and convection currents.
- Use the video during a lesson on meteorology
- View current weather maps to predict direction of wind
- Learners should have knowledge of the Coriolis effect
- Video covers a variety of concepts, so your class is sure to stay engaged
- Animation of winds on a globe will amaze learners