We're hoping to run a workshop on building rain gages. It seems like the build would be pretty ea...
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by stevie |
May 24, 2018 15:35 |
We're hoping to run a workshop on building rain gages. It seems like the build would be pretty easy, but I was wondering if there are any instructions people know of for this, or materials that might work best?
Hi Stevie...I'm no expert in this area but in my surfing I happened across a few links on this topic recently. Hopefully these will be of some use to you, and get you off in the right direction:
Several digital options:
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Here's another interesting idea I just found https://giphy.com/gifs/instrument-AsFbniBeEbecU
I found a number of the ones that use soda bottles don't really account for measuring on cylinders that aren't strait. I wrote up an activity that helps answer that issue:
This is part of: