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The Mystery of Sunken Ships - How Accurate is the Weather Forecast? A Week Long Field Experience Gr. 4-8

 

Become a storm chaser as you explore the principles of tornadoes, cyclones and severe weather in order to identify how shipwrecks are caused on the Great Lakes. Begin your adventure by taking weather related data of storm boundaries right on the coast of Lake Michigan. Next, snorkel in a quarry to find two sunken boats and their debris fields, and determine if the wrecks were weather related. Lastly, board a dive boat on Lake Michigan to find wrecks off the coast of Milwaukee.

Prerequisites
Students must know how to swim
  Sessions  
Mon.-Fri., Aug. 4-8
8am-4pm
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education (Click link for directions)
Instructor: Liz Sutton, Director, WATER Education, UWM
$369
Program No. 7930-1005
Note: Grades: 4-8
Please call 414-227-3365 to be placed on the waiting list.
Registration Deadline: Wed., Aug. 6
This session is full. Registrations are no longer being accepted.
 
 

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