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Extreme Weather A Guide and Record Book - Climate Change Edition

By: Christopher C Burt
320 pages, 110 col photos
Extreme Weather
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  • Extreme Weather ISBN: 9780393330151 Edition: 2 Paperback Aug 2007 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Burt, an amateur meteorologist and publisher of the Compass American Guidebook series, explores extreme weather phenomena in digestible mini-essays complemented by sidebars on such oddities as colored snow and luminous tornadoes. Illustrated with maps, lists of destructive storms, and photos of towering thunderheads, raging floodwaters and the devastated remains of human settlement.

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CHRISTOPHER C. BURT was the co-founder and publisher of the acclaimed Compass American Guides series. His articles have appeared in The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications.
By: Christopher C Burt
320 pages, 110 col photos
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...this book virtually blows a gale in your face when you open it. Christopher Hirst, The Independent "Reach for Extreme Weather by Christopher Burt and you become mesmerised by the scale of hurricanes. League tables of the greatest, largest, fastest, deadliest and costliest storms across the US and the world all point to one conclusion-Katrina was no one-off event." The Times"
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