Introduction:You will be required to collect hourly weather data for one day. Once you have collected 24 hours’ worth of weather data, you will create surface weather station models of the data. Then, you will graph some of the weather data to draw conclusions about the relationships between the data. Finally, you will write a laboratory report of your results. Objective: The objective of this lab assignment is to determine how we can use weather data to predict the weather. Problem: How can we use the relationships among weather data to produce a forecast? Hypothesis: Using the relationships from weather data write a hypothesis about how weather may be forecasted. Remember this is your hypothesis. Make sure it is reasonable and done before you plot the weather station models and create your graphs. Materials and Procedures: Use the National Weather Service site to choose a location for your hourly observations.
All 24 hours are already recorded and data can be transferred into chart. Part I: Record all 24 hour weather data for your location. Please fill in all data below using the data from the National Weather Service site. Part II: Use the diagram below to record your surface weather data collected for 4 AM and 4 PM. 1. Using the Weather Data from the chart construct a line graph using Time on the X axis and Temperature for the Y axis. Make sure to plot both the temperature and dew point on your graph. Be sure to include units and add titels to the graphs. Use the following website to make an easy line graph: ChartGo. Once your graph is created please copy and pase the sharedURL in the space below. Using the Weather Data from the chart construct a second line graph using Timeon the X axis and Air Pressure for the Y axis. Be sure to include units and add titles to the graphs. Use the following website to make an easy line graph: ChartGo. Once your graph is created please copy and pase the sharedURL in the space below. In your own words, write an analysis of the weather that occurred on the day you selected, based on the surface weather station models you created. 1. What did you learn about weather forecasting by completing the activity? 2. In your own words, how are weather data used to make forecasts? 3. In your own words, what is the relationship between temperature, dew point temperature, and air pressure? 4. Did your findings support your weather predictions? What are the possible sources of error?
What leadership actions should the organization take? What competencies will be needed? What does the organization need to do to be prepared? To conduct a holistic assessment of your selected organization and the challenges and opportunities it faces in addressing the noted trends, consider some of the concepts listed below as you develop your recommendations for the organization. It is not necessary to include all the concepts, but you should include 2-3 of them to do a thorough analysis. For example, leadership models and diversity management are likely to be pivotal areas of the organization. You could talk about the environmental trends that were noted at the beginning of this assignment and then discuss how leadership practices and approaches in your selected organization may have to change to meet or address those trends. Support your assertions using the selected scholarly resources. Your final product will be in a Word document and be approximately 12-15 pages in length and utilize 5-7 scholarly sources in your research. Your paper should be written in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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