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Comparing Rainfall between Malta and Poland
Posted by Gozo College Middle School Victoria, Malta on 16 June 2019
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Rainfall and Temperature graphs
Rainfall and Temperature graphs

This was a joint challenge between The Misty Team from Gozo College Middle School and TURBO KROPLE from Szkoła Podstawowa nr 1 w Sochaczewie. Both teams had to measure rainfall totals and air temperature during the month of March. Data collected was then shared between schools and analysed.


Through e-mails and Skype call both teams decided to work on a joint challenge. The task was to measure the amount of precipitation in March. The water explorers took measurements for rainfall and air temperature every day and the data collected was noted in a worksheet. After completing the task the teams shared their results in a graph form and sent via e-mail. A skype call was planned but due to unforeseen circumstances the teams could not meet online. Nevertheless, the teams used this data to compare the climate in both countries. How and why Poland receives more rain and what are the main uses of rainwater were discussed. Water Explorers from Gozo College Middle School explained how the country tackles the issue of drought by using sea water to meet the ever increasing demand for fresh water.


A really interesting challenge indeed!!


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