Science 101

Science 101

Weather

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
A general introduction to meteorology and weather discusses atmospheric cycles, storms, clouds and precipitation, the effect of weather on society, and how weather is measured and studied.

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Science 101: Weather is the essential introduction to the Earth's ever-changing weather and climate, from the humid equator to the ice-covered poles. Find out how weather both wreaks destruction and creates breathtaking mirages, rainbows, and other atmospheric marvels.

  • Describes the past and present of the atmosphere and what the future may bring for all life on Earth

  • Highlights new technologies and breakthroughs in meteorological satellites and climate research

  • More than 250 full-color photographs and illustrations

  • Ready Reference section with at-a-glance temperature maps and graphs, and a special feature on professional storm chasers

  • Perfect at-home reference for students, families, and the weatherperson in us all



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Providing an accessible, visual introduction to various fields of science, this authoritative series brings together full-color photographs, illustrations, charts, and explanations to offer non-scientists a compelling overview of the world of science and technology, current research and trends in each field, and critical issues and applications in everyday life.

Publisher: Collins, 2007
ISBN: 9780060891374
Characteristics: p. ; cm

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