Air, Water, and Weather
Thunderstruck by storm fronts? Perplexed about air pressure? Hazy on how weather works? If you?ve always been shaky on the science behind such phenomena, Air, Water, and Weather is designed to help you develop a deep understanding of the basics so you can teach without fear. Best-selling author Bill Robertson acts as your friendly guide, bringing both wisdom and wit to the study of weather.
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