Table of contents for Weather science fair projects using sunlight, rainbows, ice cubes, and more / Robert Gardner.

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Introduction 
Chapter 1 Weather Maps and Instruments
 1.1 Weather Maps 
 1.2 Weather Instruments You Can Make 
 1.3: How Many Centimeters of Water (Rain) from a Snow Storm? 
1.4 Other Instruments For Your Weather Station 
Chapter 2 Earth's Atmosphere and the Sky We See 
2.1: What Percentage of Air Is Oxygen? 
2.2 Blue Sky, Yellow Sun, and Red Sunsets
2.3 Rainbows in the Sky and Elsewhere 
2.4 Bent Light Makes a "Rainbow" 
2.5 Refraction at Sunrise, Sunset, and in a Cup 
2.6 A Cool Refraction and a Light Diffracting 
Chapter 3 Humidity, Sunshine, and Weather
3.1 Finding the Dew Point
 3.2 Measuring Humidity with a Hygrometer 
 3.3 Weather Records at Your Weather Station 
 3.4 Why Is Summer Hot and Winter Cold?
3.5 The Effect of Angle on the Absorption of Radiant Energy 
3.6 The Sun's Effect on Earth's Air 
3.7 Hot Air, Cold Air, and Volume 
3.8 Energy into Water and Soil
3.9 The Effect of Color on Radiant Energy Absorption
3.10 Models of the Water (Hydrologic) Cycle
3.11 Factors Affecting the Evaporation of Water
Chapter 4 Air and Winds on a Spinning Globe 
4.1 Stable and Unstable Air 
4.2 What Causes Winds? 
4.3 Winds: A Complication
Chapter 5 Clouds and Stormy Weather 
5.1 Recipe for a Cloud 
5.2 Making a Cloud 
5.3 Thunder and Lightning 
5.4: A Liquid Tornado
Chapter 6 Forecasting Weather
Further Reading 
Internet Addresses
Appendix-Science Supply Companies
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Weather -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Science projects -- Juvenile literature.