Kristine DeLong

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Geography and Anthropology
Louisiana State University

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Activities (3)

Last Glacial Maximum part of Cutting Edge:Climate Change:Activities
This is an outline of an activity I am developing using model output from the CLIMAP study for my Quaternary Paleoecology and Paleoclimate class.

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What happens to ice in water? part of CLEAN:CLEAN Community:Teaching Materials
This activity is part of the community collection of teaching materials on climate and energy topics. These materials were submitted by faculty as part of the CLEAN Climate Workshop, held in June, 2011 and are not ...

Temperature data and Climatology part of Cutting Edge:Early Career:Previous Workshops:Workshop 2010:Teaching Activities
Students learn what climate data is available for their area and how to access and use that data. Students will learn how to read and interpret climatological graphs.

Course

Physical Geography: The Atmopshere part of Cutting Edge:Introductory Courses:Virtual Workshop 2014:Course Descriptions
This course covers introductory atmospheric science including ocean circulation and the hydrological cycle. It is the the first course in the Physical Geography sequence with Physical Geography: The Land as the second. I teach large (375 student) sections and I am currently transitioning the course to an online version.


Events and Communities

Career Prep 2007 Participants

Early Career Workshop 2010 Participants

Teaching About Earth's Climate Using Data and Numerical Models Participants

Climate Workshop

Climate and Energy Webinar Participants Feb 18, 2011

Getting the Most out of Your Intro Courses 2014