Weather and Climate
Gareth Stevens, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
With an unparalleled array of science topics to choose from, Discovery Channel School Science puts the fascination of the natural world at students' fingertips. Fun, fast-paces, high-interest text and vibrant photography in a varied format bring to life the wonders of nature as young scientists learn about the important historical figures, ideas, and discoveries that help researchers understand the past and keep science moving toward the future. Activities abound and insights await in Discovery Channel School Science! In Weather and Climate, take a closer look at the extremes of weather--from fair-weather clouods to the destructive forces of hurricanes and tornadoes.
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