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Weather: A Guide to Phenomena and Forecasts

Year: 1957
Language: english
Author: Paul E. Lehr, et al.
Genre: Handbook
Publisher: Golden Press
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 164
Description: This is an antique, fully illustrated entry-field guide to all the parameters of weather. From gauging high and low pressure systems, to learning the importance of relative humidity, this book has a lot to offer. Did you know you don't need a thermometer to tell the air temperature when rime or other ice crystals are present on your windshield? This book will tell you how! Is the barometer dropping at the same time as these clouds form? This book will tell you if tonight will be a great or poor choice to haul out your 200-pound dob! The illustrations are so prolific and so well done, you can almost learn by visuals alone. Cameras did not make for very sharp photos back then, so artists instead took over for visual examples and they did it in a most unique and inviting way with real colours and perfect-drawn/painted weather scenes.



Rating: 4.9 / 5 (Votes: 11)
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