West Coast Fog

West Coast Fog
MCbliss 2019-07-25 17:57:47

The format of this lesson was trash. I viewed this lesson from Microsoft edge, Chrome, and Firefox. Despite the browser used, the text was small and confined to the top of the page, slide advancement was cumbersome and out of date, animations would not load (or play for that matter), graphics were also small and did not utilize space properly. There was not even an option to zoom the images by clicking. The background and text color is not viewer friendly (under different light intensities and directness). Also I felt that the climatology was not useful as it was too broad, which could have been fine, if after there was some climatology for specific cities along the west coast of the U.S. Also, the text did not always flow in a coherent manor and was not always precise. The text could have been reworded to be more straight forward and the paragraph structure more organized.
ajpenning 2018-06-12 10:24:53

several of the animations weren't there.
morantrevort 2017-10-29 18:47:29

The graphics do not work properly.
djrusk58@gmail.com 2017-10-01 12:33:16

Lots of good maps, and satellite images. Other authors wouldve included pages of radiation theory to show how the top of the fog layer reacted to radiational cooling, and then asked questions about the minutiae. You resisted that. Good!
Culver 2017-06-06 21:32:00

Contradictory sentence structures and every other picture did load
hgorman1 2017-03-13 13:41:14

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