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Weather World: Photographing the Global Spectacle

Art / PhotobookOut of Print


256 pages, 200 col photos

David & Charles

Hardback | Oct 2007 | #168493 | ISBN-13: 9780715326404
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A visual celebration of the diversity and unpredictability of the weather in all its forms - from the benign beauty of a clear sky to the explosive impact of lightning and hurricanes. It contains a collection of photographs, ranging from satellite images of developing fronts and global weather patterns, to ground-based photographs of cloud formations. It includes optical phenomena such as rainbows, sun pillars and aurora borealis, and breath-taking weather events such as lightning and tornadoes.


Foreword by Paul Hardacre, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society; Introduction; Part One: Weather from Above; 1 World Maps and Wider Views; 2 Cloud Formations; 3 Hurricanes and Dramatic Weather; 4 Climate Change: The Evidence; Part Two: Weather from Below; 5 Low Clouds; 6 Medium Clouds; 7 High Clouds; 8 Special Clouds; 9 Optical Phenomena; 10 Extreme Weather; Index.

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