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How wind is produced

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Video (00:35 minutes):
Wind is produced by the movement of air masses. This film shows how this process works.

English, German
Video (4.0 MByte)
2019-04-17
The buoyancy of warm air is explained using the example of a hot air balloon. An animation illustrates how wind is produced as a result of the exchange of cold and hot layers of air in the atmosphere.

The video is an excerpt from the teaching DVD “Air and respiration – Learning circle."
The wind (Video)
Illustration
Biology; Personal, social and health education (PSHE)
Grade 1 to 4; Grade 5 to 6; Grade 7 to 9
Elementary school; Middle/high school
Temperature (general); Weather; Wind
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