Water Cycle - Atmosphere (6)
How far can ash, airborne pollutants, or other small particles travel?
MATERIALS: Ash distribution map of Mt. St. Helens
PROCEDURE: Look at the map and answer the following questions:
MATERIALS: Map of world air currents, blank map of the world
PROCEDURE: On your map there is a sad face. This represents the site of a make-believe nuclear disaster. Harmful particles were released into the air. Using the map of world wide air currents, determine which cities or countries were affected most by this disaster. Explain why you chose these cities.
CONCLUSIONS: Locations affected most.