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You guys, the Audubon field guide for weather is really good, even if it is a bit outdated. I suggest using Audubon field guides for other events, such as Fossils, Reach for the Stars, Ornithology, etc.
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Efesa wrote: September 23rd, 2020, 11:31 am You guys, the Audubon field guide for weather is really good, even if it is a bit outdated. I suggest using Audubon field guides for other events, such as Fossils, Reach for the Stars, Ornithology, etc.
I’ve considered using Audubon in the past, but I find other sources helpful enough. And for RFTS all you need is Wikipedia.
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Locoholic wrote: September 24th, 2020, 6:45 am
Efesa wrote: September 23rd, 2020, 11:31 am You guys, the Audubon field guide for weather is really good, even if it is a bit outdated. I suggest using Audubon field guides for other events, such as Fossils, Reach for the Stars, Ornithology, etc.
I’ve considered using Audubon in the past, but I find other sources helpful enough. And for RFTS all you need is Wikipedia.
Wikipedia is also useful for other study events, such as Meteorology and Fossils.
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Efesa wrote: September 25th, 2020, 11:50 am
Locoholic wrote: September 24th, 2020, 6:45 am
Efesa wrote: September 23rd, 2020, 11:31 am You guys, the Audubon field guide for weather is really good, even if it is a bit outdated. I suggest using Audubon field guides for other events, such as Fossils, Reach for the Stars, Ornithology, etc.
I’ve considered using Audubon in the past, but I find other sources helpful enough. And for RFTS all you need is Wikipedia.
Wikipedia is also useful for other study events, such as Meteorology and Fossils.
And heredity as well as every study event ever. (seriously great resource for heredity and goes a good amount in-depth)
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Re: Meteorology B

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What are some good resources that I can use for meteorology? Im really lost on where to start and where to look.
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AlmondMilk wrote: October 21st, 2020, 3:47 pm What are some good resources that I can use for meteorology? Im really lost on where to start and where to look.
A good source to start out with is NWS Jetstream. In general, NOAA websites are good resources to use. Jetstream is what I started with, though. As you begin to accumulate knowledge, test yourself using exams from the test exchange and strengthen your weak topics. Also, Wikipedia can have great information for some specific topics, so you might use it later in the year.

Some people also recommend using some sort of textbook, so that may be helpful as well.
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AlmondMilk wrote: October 21st, 2020, 3:47 pm What are some good resources that I can use for meteorology? Im really lost on where to start and where to look.
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Use wikipedia for specifics about the hurricanes on the rules because it saved me so many times
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Hey guys I got placed in meteorology for bats and was wondering what are some really good sources for meteorology?
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Hmm well some good resources could be wikipedia, but the best resource is probably Ahrens
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Ok so besides ahrens another thing you can use could be Comet, it has pretty good lessons on individual subjects
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