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Deschutes Public Library Online Resources
In the “Online Resources” section of the Deschutes Public Library website (www.deschuteslibrary.org/onlineresources), check out the databases in the Homework category! Use your library card (including Library Linx cards) to log in, or use them at a public library. Do a keyword search or browse the categories in these databases for magazine and journal articles covering your topic.
Concise, reliable, and up-to-date country reports on 182 cultures of the world. Also includes reports for each of the United States and a special Kids edition. This includes climate and weather.
Cities Around the World
Find out what the weather is like in another city anywhere in the world. Click on a city name and then zoom in to see a real-time image of the city.
An entire almanac on-line, with statistics, facts, general knowledge, and more. Search by keyword or by general topic.
Discover a city's current dewpoint, humidity, heat index, wind, pressure and weather history. Register to receive daily weather reports and other weather-related information.
View weather in any part of the world! Simply type in the location where you want to look: zip code, country, city name or town. From the Weather Channel.
Thirstin’s Water Cycle
Explore the water cycle
Discover how water moves from one place to another
The United States Geological Society explains the water cycle.
Discover the Water Cycle
Interact with the water cycle to see where water exists and what happens to it.
Climates of the World
Climate Change/Global Warming
What is a climate system? What is climate change? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) presents a fun and resourceful page for younger students and teachers learn the basics of climate change. Become a climate detective! Learn what you can do to help! Games, Links, teaching resources and more!
National Climate Data Center
Learn about climate extremes and weather events, and more.
National Weather Service: Climate Prediction Tables
Learn about temperature average and limit, precipitation average and limit, for US cities, by month, and use this data to follow weather patterns over time, and/or predict climate or weather changes. From the National Weather Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Type in a city or town name, and data results for that location is returned. Use the Longitude and latitude coordinates to locate the town or city on a classroom map! Find out the average temperature and rainfall, average high and low temperatures, Sea-Level position, and more.
National Geographic maps the climates of the world