Under the Whirlwind: Everything You Need to Know about Tornadoes But Didn't Know who to Ask

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Whirlwind Books, 1997 - Tornadoes - 224 pages
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A lavishly illustrated, full-color guide to tornadoes, one of nature's most exciting phenomena, this book documents the experiences of two storm chasers who have lived through tornadoes. Myths and misconceptions pertaining to tornadoes are integrated with touching human stories of survival. With hundreds of color photographs and illustrations, this book offers an exciting tour of the sky, explaining what to expect before and during a tornado, and showing the devastating aftermath. Strange occurrences such as "green sky" and "the roar of a tornado" are explained. Safety tips, a guide to rebuilding for communities, and suggestions to help people cope with the effects of a tornado round out this exceptional resource.

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User Review  - Sean Hewitt - Goodreads

Its a good book for anyone who would like to know anything about TORNADOES Read full review

Review: Under The Whirlwind: Everything You Need To Know About Tornadoes But Didn't Know Who To Ask

User Review  - Audrey - Goodreads

This book has some absolutely ridiculous and possibly dangerous information in it, which is a shame because the idea for the book is a good one. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Tornado on the groundThe Williamsford tornado
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Another one The southern tornado which swept a path
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About the author (1997)

Jerrine Verkaik and Arjen Verkaik are world-renowned sky photographers who have been chasing storms together for 18 years. Together they have written many articles and books, including "The Severe Weather Watcher Handbook" and "Wind, Weather, and Waves," They live in Elmwood, Ontario.

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