Onboard Weather Handbook: Understanding and Predicting Conditions at Sea

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McGraw-Hill, Mar 31, 2008 - Nature - 156 pages
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International Marine’s first basic book on marine weather

Written by noted meteorologist/sailorChris Tibbs for the Royal Yachting Association and adapted forthe North American market, On-Board Weather Handbook is a full-color, user-friendly introduction to interpreting wind, clouds and barometer and integrating these with official forecasts. Includes information on new technology and a chapter on weather routing.

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Contents

Hurricanes
91
Sailing Areas of North America
118
Climate Change
136

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