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Instruments and Techniques for Thunderstorm Observation and Analysis by N.A Book Summary:
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Thunderstorms--a Social, Scientific, & Technological Documentary: The thunderstorm in human affairs by N.A Book Summary:
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The Thunderstorm by United States. Weather Bureau,Horace Robert Byers,Roscoe R. Braham,Thunderstorm Project Book Summary:
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What Is a Thunderstorm? by Robin Johnson Book Summary:
Dark clouds fill the sky, rain falls hard, lightning flashes, and thunder booms--it's a thunderstorm! In this interesting title young readers will learn thunderstorm basics, including how, when, and where thunderstorms occur, how scientists predict thunderstorms and issue severe weather warnings, and how to prepare for and stay safe before, during, and after a thunderstorm occurs
Thunderstorm Rainfall by United States. Hydrologic Services Division. Hydrometeorological Section Book Summary:
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It's a Thunderstorm! by Nadia Higgins Book Summary:
Crack-boom-ba-boom-boom! It's a thunderstorm! Easy-to-read text explains how thunderstorms form, what causes thunder and lightning, and how scientists track thunderstorms. Diagrams, thunderstorm facts, and a glossary provide additional information for use in classrooms.
The Angry Thunderstorm by Henson Keesee Carol Henson Keesee,Carol Henson Keesee,Rachel Henson Book Summary:
"The angry thunderstorm rolls into a child's world in the middle of the night awakening her with a fright. Witnessing his tyrannical display, the child trembles with fear. In an attempt to soothe her, the Angry Thunderstorm acknowledges that he sounds ill-tempered because it takes such a powerful display to do all the things he must..."--Cover back.
How to Survive a Thunderstorm by Rebecca Broeders Book Summary:
Sit back and let young Cameron calm your nerves and answer your questions about the what's and whys of thunderstorms. This book takes a fun approach to explaining the seemingly scary events of this natural phenomenon. Every child will find comfort and confidence when discovering the science and captivating aspects that make up a thunderstorm.
Somewhere Between A Thunderstorm and Spring by Ann Rumble Book Summary:
Ann Rumble was born in Texas, andraised in Georgia. She has been writingsince she was a child. Ann being an avidreader of poetry was influenced by RodMcKuen, Emily Dickinson, A. E. Houseman, and Robert Frost. Quick of wit, sharp of mind...Ann will inspire & amuse you!
Swimming in a Thunderstorm by Kelly Giles Book Summary:
Debut poetry collection by Kelly Giles. A passionate, enigmatic exploration of an emotional healing journey which explores such themes as the universality of trauma and the quest for authenticity and emotional nakedness. It dives deep into the subconscious in search of buried treasures, and in search of the stillness at the heart of all chaos.
A Vow in a Thunderstorm by Chike Obayi Book Summary:
Tijani's father went to jail, suffered, and died for an offense he did not commit. Tijani takes the path of justice, equality, activism, and fair play, becoming the voice of the voiceless, a dogged fighter and defender of the less privileged.
The Thunderstorm; Or, A Wedding in Harvest: a Rural Sketch by Thomas NICHOLSON (Poetical Writer.) Book Summary:
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Chapter 8: Thunderstorms, Mid-Latitude Cyclones and Hurricanes by Michael Pidwirny Book Summary:
Chapter 8: Thunderstorms, Mid-Latitude Cyclones and Hurricanes of the eBook Understanding Physical Geography. This eBook was written for students taking introductory Physical Geography taught at a college or university. For the chapters currently available on Google Play presentation slides (Powerpoint and Keynote format) and multiple choice test banks are available for Professors using my eBook in the classroom. Please contact me via email at [email protected] if you would like to have access to these resources. The various chapters of the Google Play version of Understanding Physical Geography are FREE for individual use in a non-classroom environment. This has been done to support life long learning. However, the content of Understanding Physical Geography is NOT FREE for use in college and university courses in countries that have a per capita GDP over $25,000 (US dollars) per year where more than three chapters are being used in the teaching of a course. More specifically, for university and college instructors using this work in such wealthier countries, in a credit-based course where a tuition fee is accessed, students should be instructed to purchase the paid version of this content on Google Play which is organized as one of six Parts (organized chapters). The cost of these Parts works out to only $0.99 per chapter in USA dollars, a very small fee for my work. When the entire textbook (30 chapters) is finished its cost will be only $29.70 in USA dollars. This is far less expensive than similar textbooks from major academic publishing companies whose eBook are around $60.00 to $90.00. Further, revenue generated from the sale of this academic textbook will provide “the carrot” to entice me to continue working hard creating new and updated content. Thanks in advance to instructors and students who abide by these conditions. IMPORTANT - This Google Play version is best viewed with a computer using Google Chrome, Firefox or Apple Safari browsers.
Thunderstorm by Tsao Yu Book Summary:
Thunderstorm, a four-act play by Tsao Yu, one of China's leading playwrights, has held the stage since it was produced in 1933. Its wide human appeal has drawn audiences from every walk of life all over China and it has even been made into a folk-opera.Here, for the first time, is an adequate English translation.The setting is the home of an industrialist in north China, where a family has come together with the inexorable fatality of a Greek drama. It is a play of tensions, and, in the twenty-four hours in which the action takes place, we watch these tensions mount and tauten as the tragic climax swiftly approached.Here, in miniature, we witness the disintegration of the fabric of the old society and the birth-pangs of the new. The head of the house, a self-made man whose preoccupation with success has made him in sensible to the ties of blood and affection, still bears within him the stifling weight of the old feudal society. The younger generation are in rebellion against the decaying order which the older generation stand for, and the intensity of their reaction reveals new facets in the dramatic situation.The play is an accomplished example of the Western form of drama in China. The emotional conflicts and stresses which Tsao Yu handles with such finesse are skillfully interwoven and counterpoised in such a way that suspense is sustained to the final curtain.We are confident that English speaking readers will accord this play the welcome that one of the classics of twentieth-century drama deserves.
Thunderstorm by Konnrad Book Summary:
THUNDERSTORM The SECOND spectacular book in THE KING AND THE KID series. Vince's adventures continue ... Everyone thinks brilliant scientist, Bile Overbeater, is a hero. He seems to be the only one who can stop the horrific storms that are wreaking havoc around the globe. Vince believes he's a murderer. With his quirky friends in tow, they search for evidence to unravel the mystery. What they discover is mind-boggling! You'll never look at a cloudburst the same way again. THE KING AND THE KID The FIRST fantastic book in THE KING AND THE KID series. Fourteen year-old, Vince, with the help of his peculiar friends and a little black dog, set their sights on rescuing a kidnapped girl. They're stunned by what they find! You may never drink Milk again. SWARM The THIRD thrilling book in THE KING AND THE KID series. Evil scientist, Bile Overbeater is out for revenge. Vince can't make a move without a swarm of insects attacking him! You may never go outside again.
Jet Transport Performance in Thunderstorm Wind Shear Conditions by John McCarthy Book Summary:
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Thunderstorms ... Tornadoes ... Lightning: Nature's Most Violent Storms by Barry Leonard Book Summary:
This preparedness guide explains thunderstorms and related hazards and suggests life-saving actions you can take. With this information, you can recognize severe weather, develop a plan, and be ready to act when threatening weather approaches. Tornadoes cause an average of 70 fatalities and 1,500 injuries each year. Lightning, which occurs with all thunderstorms, causes an average of 80 fatalities and 300 injuries each year. Strong winds can cause damage equal to a tornado and can be extremely dangerous to aviation. Flash flooding is the #1 cause of deaths associated with thunderstorms -- more than 140 fatalities each years. Hail causes more than $1 billion in crop and property damage each year. Color illustrations.
Wildfires and Thunderstorms on Alaska's North Slopes by Richard J. Barney,Albert L. Comiskey Book Summary:
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The Pennsylvania Weather Book by Ben Gelber Book Summary:
The weather has always been a favorite topic of conversation. Undoubtedly, someone must have said to Noah, "I thought they said it was supposed to let up on Tuesday." Over a century ago, American essayist Charles Dudley Warner wrote in the HartfordCourant, "Everybody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it." And now with the advent of the 24-hour Weather Channel and high-tech radar and satellite imagery, we have more information about the weather at our disposal than ever before. But what about weather in the past? Is the climate changing? Are the summers hotter now than ever before? Were winters colder when our grandparents were children? In The Pennsylvania Weather Book, meteorologist Ben Gelber provides the first comprehensive survey of 250 years of recorded weather in this state. He reports on noteworthy weather happenings by category (snowstorms, rainstorms, cold and heat waves, thunderstorms, and tropical storms) and places them in historical context. Throughout the book, Gelber clearly defines meteorological terms and explains what creates weather events. The book features appendices and tables containing useful references for average temperatures, precipitation, snowfall, and climate data. It also provides a brief history of the weather watchers who contributed to the state's meteorological records since the late eighteenth century. This volume will serve as a valuable resource for weather professionals, amateurs, and local enthusiasts alike.
The Thunderstorm by U. S. Government Agencies Book Summary:
The Thunderstorm is a report of The Thunderstorm Project a joint project of the Air Force, Navy, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and Weather Bureau. Although originally published in 1949, it is still the authority when studying thunderstorms. Eight chapters describing all aspects of the thunderstorm and operations of aircraft in flight near and through them.