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Resources to support the NSW secondary Geography curriculum
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Insane Time-Lapse Footage Shows Monstrous Storm Cloud Forming | Science | WIRED

Insane Time-Lapse Footage Shows Monstrous Storm Cloud Forming | Science | WIRED | Geography in the classroom | Scoop.it

A supercell is essentially a rotating thunderstorm. Strong updrafts spin in a spiral, pulling the clouds into a gigantic saucer-like shape. Because they require very specific conditions to form, supercells are among the rarest of thunderstorms.

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Spectacular footage that demonstrates the power (and beauty) of weather processes. Via Simon Lawry @ Barker College.

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Severe storm rolls over Sydney

Severe storm rolls over Sydney | Geography in the classroom | Scoop.it
Commuters are set for a long haul home after a severe thunderstorm and heavy rain swept though Sydney.
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Watch the storm roll through Sydney via time-lapse photography.

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