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Philip's Guide to Weather By Ross Reynolds

Philip's Guide to Weather
by Ross Reynolds

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Packed full of colour photographs and satellite images, the text is also illustrated with many specially commissioned artworks, as well as numerous Philip's maps, charts and graphs. The new edition contains updated and expanded text, a selection of new illustrations, and enhanced international coverage.
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Philip's Guide to Weather: A Practical Guide to Observing, Measuring and Understanding the Weather by Ross Reynolds

Philip's Guide to the Weather is a completely new edition of this well-established guide to observing, measuring and understanding the weather. It explains the subject at both global and local level, and deals with all aspects of weather from why phenomena occur and how forecasts are made to the techniques used to measure and map the weather. The book covers each topic comprehensively while remaining clear and comprehensible. Country-by-country climate guides and statistics are both fascinating and useful for travellers. Handy tips on how to interpret weather signs are also included Philip's Guide to Weather also gives a detailed, factual and balanced account of the environmental issues currently in the headlines, such as global warming and the ozone layer, as well as the effects of El Nino and other phenomena on world weather patterns. Packed full of colour photographs and satellite images, the text is also illustrated with many specially commissioned artworks, as well as numerous Philip's maps, charts and graphs. The new edition contains updated and expanded text, a selection of new illustrations, and enhanced international coverage. There is an increased focus on contemporary issues, such as climate forecasting and change. Philip's Guide to the Weather is aimed at all those who enjoy the outdoors, such as sailors, walkers, climbers and birdwatchers. It is also well-suited to secondary school students from 14 years upwards to undergraduate level - especially those who need to learn about the weather as one part of another course of study (such as agriculture). This book is also useful as an aid to planning holidays throughout the world.

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About Ross Reynolds


The author, Ross Reynolds, is a Teaching Fellow in Meteorology at the UK's leading specialist University of Reading

Additional information

GOR001015070
Philip's Guide to Weather: A Practical Guide to Observing, Measuring and Understanding the Weather by Ross Reynolds
Ross Reynolds
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Octopus Publishing Group
2004-11-15
208
0540087041
9780540087044
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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