By: David E Newton
Explores air, wind, and atmosphere in all their natural and human aspects. Its 162 entries are alphabetically arranged and cover meteorological topics such as tornados, political issues such as air pollution, important scientists and aviators, important organizations such as the Clean Air Trust, and legal issues such as the Clean Air Act.
?Encyclopedia of Air is an interesting hard cover text with a multitude of entries covering all aspects of the way we think of, use, explore and otherwise define air....Encyclopedia of Air is recommended for the reference collection of primary, middle school, and secondary school libraries. Science teachers may also like a copy of the book for classrooms. Public libraries will also find this text a nice addition to their collections.?-E-Streams
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I don't know how you got a book printed 26 years ago in the conditions that I received it (like new) but you do it! ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!
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