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Rain Gauge

Geography Project
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Myrto Ziogas

on 23 November 2012

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Transcript of Rain Gauge

RAIN GAUGE b2
Emily Kli
Myrto Ziogas
Deppy Kolimpiri Materials Scissors Tape Plastic Bottle Ruler The procedure we followed Step 1: Cut the top off the bottle Step 2: Glue the top upside down, inside the bottle, in order to form a horn. Step 3: With a marker write
on the bottle the rain gauge
unit of measurement (millimeters per day) by using a ruler References http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GqJmmIaIwQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIizd5bjePM Measurements we made for a week Day 1: 50mm
Day 2: 100mm
Day 3: no rain
Day 4: no rain
Day 5: no rain
Day 6: no rain
Day 7: no rain http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/education/kids/things-to-do/weather-station/rain-gauge Scissors Tape Plastic Bottle Ruler Then, when it's placed upside down secure it with some tape so that it's not blown off by the wind That was our presentation! RAIN GAUGE Procedure, Materials, Measurements By Be sure to place the bottle outside, somewhere with no sun so no water evaporates Tip
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