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Books About Weather


Suzanne Fortin, National Weather Service

Meteorologists study the atmosphere and it's affects on weather.

There's a lot involved in studying the weather.  Meteorologist need to understand atmospheric science, hydrology, chemistry, and physics.  They must have a good understanding of pressure, water vapor, temperature, and topography.

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Chaos Theory:
An examination of cause and effect through math and physics of conditions and systems that appear to have determined outcomes that may in fact have outcomes that appear random or unpredictable.

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How did meteorologists predict the weather before computers were invented?

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OK, this may be for kids BUT it’s big time fun for all ages!
Interactive Weather Activities

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