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The Weather The Truth about the Health of our Planet

By: Anthony Smith
285 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Arrow Books
The Weather
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  • The Weather ISBN: 9780099406297 Paperback Apr 2002 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
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  • The Weather ISBN: 9780091800901 Hardback Oct 2000 Out of Print #116517
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Presents a fascinating investigation into the nature of the earth - how it creates the world's weather, and how it may now be under threat from human actions.

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Biography

Ever since Blind White Fish in Persia, his first book, Anthony Smith has blended personal adventure with major subjects. His book, The Body was a bestseller which was then followed by The Seasons. In all he has written twenty-six books, travelled to seventy countries, presented numerous television programmes (notably with the BBC's Natural History Unit) and given very many radio talks. He was first to balloon over East Africa, has voyaged in Amazonia on his own steamboat, has motorbiked from Cape Town to London (and back again twenty-eight years later). He has also explored the underground qanats of Iran (even finding the world's first cave loach), built the first British gas airship (after the R101), and has five children.
By: Anthony Smith
285 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Arrow Books
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