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Whether To, Or Weather - Not To
Price: Free! Words: 9,230. Language: English. Published: October 16, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
This book describes unique weather-related experiences I've had during my lifetime. Most notable were incidents involving thunderstorms, snowstorms and hurricanes. Highlighting my experiences has been my volunteer work as a Tampa Bay area Weather Spotter during the past seventeen years. Analysis of rainfall data recorded during that period resulted in some interesting conclusions.
Assessment Report: Causes and Predictability of the 2011-14 California Drought - NOAA Drought Task Force - Climate Change Global Warming Contribution, Data, Simulations, Winter Precipitation, SST
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 57,920. Language: English. Published: February 22, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Global Warming & Climate Change, Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Meteorology & Climate
The causes and predictability of the California drought during the three consecutive rainy seasons (November-April) 2011/12 to 2013/14 are analyzed using observations and ensembles of simulations conducted with seven atmosphere models forced by observed sea surface temperatures (SSTs).
Global Warming Is Good
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 10,040. Language: English. Published: October 14, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics & Current Affairs » Environmental politics, Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Environment
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A warmer climate: good or bad? The icy polar regions would thaw. But would hotter parts of the world dry up? In the past they didn't. Five periods in the last half-million years were warmer than today. Each time the Sahara got more rain and turned to lush grass. When Earth warmed up the forests bloomed and the deserts shrank. But when Earth got colder the deserts expanded and the trees died back.