Camp PSU Meteorology Program a Success!

July 2nd, 2012 by blyndes
PLYMOUTH, N.H.- Camp PSU‘s  “Weather and Climate of the High Elevations …of the White Mountains” class June 29 was a great program, with  participants exploring computer visualizations of real-time weather data in the Judd Gregg Meteorology Institute on campus, and then venturing off to Cannon Mountain, to take measurements of temperature, wind speed and direction, and humidity and compare them to measurements made at lower elevations. PSU Meteorology Professor Eric Hoffman, foreground, teaches some basic weather data techniques on the top of the Cannon Mt. observation platform (elev. 4180 ft). A fabulous hands-on learning experience!

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