Meteorology; or Weather Explained


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(4.4 stars; 37 reviews)

Weather Explained: Fog, clouds, rain, haze, thunder, cyclones, dew point and how to count dust motes are just a few of the 35 topics covered in short, easy to read and understand chapters in this book published in 1905. (Summary by Phil Chenevert) (3 hr 36 min)

Chapters

Introduction 8:04 Read by Pamela Krantz
The Formation of Dew 6:32 Read by MaryAnn
True and False Dew 5:00 Read by MaryAnn
Hoar-Frost 6:06 Read by MaryAnn
Fog 4:46 Read by Jason Mills
The Numbering of the Dust 4:59 Read by Jason Mills
Dust and Atmospheric Phenomena 4:25 Read by April Gonzales
A Fog-Counter 5:19 Read by Patti Cunningham
Formation of Clouds 5:49 Read by Amy Gramour
Decay of Clouds 4:57 Read by Amy Gramour
It Always Rains 6:25 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Haze 6:37 Read by Pamela Krantz
Hazing Effects of Atmospheric Dust 5:28 Read by Pamela Krantz
Thunder Clears the Air 6:17 Read by Amy Gramour
Disease Germs in the Air 4:45 Read by Patrick Wells
A Change of Air 5:19 Read by Patrick Wells
The Old Moon in the New Moon’s Arms 6:55 Read by Availle
An Autumn Afterglow 6:54 Read by Pamela Krantz
A Winter Foreglow 4:50 Read by April Gonzales
The Rainbow 5:51 Read by Availle
The Aurora Borealis 7:09 Read by Availle
The Blue Sky 6:08 Read by Pamela Krantz
A Sanitary Detective 4:33 Read by Pamela Krantz
Fog and Smoke 4:44 Read by Patrick Wells
Electrical Deposition of Smoke 5:05 Read by Patrick Wells
Radiation from Snow 5:16 Read by Patrick Wells
Mountain Giants 5:47 Read by Pamela Krantz
The Wind 6:58 Read by Guero
Cyclones and Anti-Cyclones 6:59 Read by Guero
Rain Phenomena 7:05 Read by Patti Cunningham
The Meteorology of Ben Nevis 9:16 Read by Pamela Krantz
The Weather and Influenza 5:55 Read by Pamela Krantz
Climate 7:45 Read by Availle
The “Challenger” Weather Reports 5:10 Read by Patti Cunningham
Weather-Forecasting 13:09 Read by April Gonzales

Reviews

Interesting book about the weather


(5 stars)

Very interesting book. This is an older booker about the weather. It was well written for its day.