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Weather: How it Works and Why it Works

By: Arthur Upgren and Jurgen Stock
Weather: How it Works and Why it Works
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Describes the factors involved in shaping our weather, from humidity and prevailing winds to air-pressure systems abd the causes of seasonal change.

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Arthur Upgren is Professor of Astronomy at Wesleyan University and has been director of its Van Vleck Observatory. He is the author of Night Has a Thousand Eyes: A Naked-Eye Guide to the Sky, Its Science, and Lore. Jurgen Stock has been on the faculty of Hamburg and Case-Western Reserve Universities. He has also been director of the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory at La Serena, Chile, as well as founding director of CIDA, the Venezuelan National Observatory at Mrida.
By: Arthur Upgren and Jurgen Stock
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