From violent hurricanes and electrical storms to baking sunshine and torrential rain, notice the facility and sweetness of the weather.
Offering a special advent to nature via robust visuals, the attention ask yourself reference sequence used to be built for kids prepared for first books concerning the traditional world.
Full-color images is paired with in actual fact written textual content to construct a origin for complex exploration, assisting convey little ones a beautiful new view of the realm.
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Moisture in the air. The first one was built by Leonardo This is then passed on da Vinci in the 1400s. to scientists in individual countries so they can forecast the late 1950s. n i d e their weather. nch er au l e View from space Shown as a bright green swirl on this satellite image, a hurricane hits the Gulf coast of the United States. Weather wizardry Huge supercomputers take in weather data from all available sources. This is fed into a model of our atmosphere so the computer can work out what effect it will have on the weather.
Bruce Coleman Ltd: 11tr. Corbis: 8t, 10-11; Phil Banko 36tl; Tom Bean 25tr; Gary W. Carter 22c; 1996 Corbis/Original image courtesy of NASA 24tl, 24cr; Rick Doyle 34-35; Frank Lane Picture Agency 20tl, 41tl; Raymond Gehman 15bl; William Manning 8-9; John M. Roberts 5bra; Galen Rowell 13br; Scott T. Smith 23; Ray Soto 35tr; Stocktrek 41cr; Hans Strand 43tr; Sygma 29cr; Craig Tuttle 22tl; 48 Jack Frost 23 jet streams 24-25 ozone layer 43 poles 6-7, 24-25, 32-33, 41, 43 pollution 42-43, 44-45 rain 5, 8-9, 10-11, 16-17, 30-31, 36-37, 39 rainbows 32-33 sand devils/storms 37 seasons 6-7 smog 14-15 snow 5, 9, 18-19 space 4, 30 stratosphere 4 Sun 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 14-15, 24-25, 26-27, 32-33, 38, 43, 44-45 sundogs 33 thunder 26-27 tornadoes 13, 28-29 troposphere 4-5 typhoons 30-31 volcanoes 38 waterspouts 34-35 waves 31, 34, 43, 44-45 weather stations 40-41 wind 4-5, 9, 11, 18-19, 24-25, 28-29, 30-31, 34-35, 36-37, 40, 43, 44-45 wind-chill factor 25 Martin B.
This separates them into the layered bands of light we call a rainbow. of e r ry MAGIC DROPS en d ve Rainbow colors always appear in the same order. Red is at the top, then orange, yellow, green, blue, and indigo, with violet at the bottom. The bigger the rainbow, the brighter and sharper the colors will be. of go ld Dazzling displays Often called “northern lights” or “southern lights” because they appear at the north and south poles, auroras are vast sheets of green streaked with pink and blue.