Storm Chaser: A Photographer's Journey

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Abrams, Oct 1, 2007 - Nature - 192 pages
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Jim Reed is one of America’s most successful and award-winning storm chasers in an era when global climate is changing. His fifteen years of photography documents this change. As the years go by, he sees spring come earlier, summers get hotter, and tornadoes and hurricanes increase in frequency and intensity. 'In Storm Chaser', a beautiful picture book about some of the most powerful - and sometimes deadly - phenomena in our world, Reed shares his best images and his experiences as he tracks these storms throughout the country.

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Photos are great. Authors assumption that all weird weather is a result of global warming needs some support. I'm not willing to just take his word for it that it's all a result of global warming ... Read full review

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Jim Reed is recognized as one of the worlds most accomplished extreme-wea ther photographers. A veteran full-time storm chaser, he has spent nearly two decades documenting almost every type of phenomena including tornadoes, blizzards, electrical storms, and floods. He has appeared on "Good Morning America, The Today Show," and numerous other TV and radio programs.

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