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HKO e-Bulletin on Educational Resources

HKO e-Bulletin on Educational Resources
  June 2005 feedback
 
  New
 
item Why is the sky blue?
item What causes a rainbow?
item Radiation in our daily life
item Squall lines and "Shi Hu Feng" - what you want to know about the violent squalls hitting Hong Kong on 9 May 2005
item Hong Kong Observatory will participate in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Forecast Demonstration Project
item The Observatory launches lightning location information
item The Observatory launches computer model upper-air forecast charts
item "TAICHI" and "KAPOK" finished first in the Tropical Cyclone Name Nomination Contest
item The Observatory and the Hong Kong Education City launched "Weather Diary" activity for secondary school students on 17 May
item Observatory adds more wind information for windsurfers and paragliders
item Popular science lecture on "Tropical cyclones in the western North Pacific and the South China Sea" on 25 June
item Popular science lecture on "Summertime thunder and lightning in Hong Kong" on 27 August
item Meteorological Series III program archive
item The Spring Jamboree at the Hong Kong Observatory attracts record-breaking number of visitors
 
  Information by Topics
 
item Meteorology
item Radiation, Earthquake and Astronomy
item Space Weather
item Nature's Wonders - Their Science Explained
item Training Courses and Activities for the Public
item Observatory Publications
 
  Weather Forecast
 
item Local Weather Forecast
item 7-day Weather Forecast for Hong Kong
item World Weather Information Service - A World Meteorological Organization pilot web site, developed by the Observatory, providing official city forecasts and climatological information issued by various National Meteorological and Hydrological Services.
item Severe Weather Information Centre - A World Meteorological Organization pilot web site, developed by the Observatory, providing official Tropical Cyclone warnings and advisories issued by various National Meteorological and Hydrological Services.
 
 
 

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