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Weather

  • The Weather Obsessionby Lawrie Zion

    Melbourne University Publishing 2017; US$ 10.08

    We have come a long way since the days when weather information could only be found in the back pages of newspapers. The Weather Obsession takes the temperature of modern weather media and investigates how it has fuelled our fascination with all things climatic. Weather information now pervades everything from our mobile devices to online news and... more...

  • Rogue Wavesby Michel Olagnon

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2017; US$ 21.99

    Rogue waves remain something of a mystery. Long believed to be a myth or an exaggeration, they haven't been the subject of any kind of serious in-depth research - until now. This book makes rigorous marine science accessible to all, exploring the causes and frequency of rogue waves, and the reasons why some waves become killer monsters. With anecdotes,... more...

  • Rising Tidesby John R. Wennersten; Denise Robbins

    Indiana University Press 2017; US$ 19.99

    Global climate change is undeniable. Over the next few decades, as sea levels rise, storms intensify, and drought and desertification run rampant, hundreds of millions of civilians will abandon their homes, cities, and even entire countries. What will happen to these massive numbers of environmental refugees? Where will they go, what rights will they... more...

  • The Emerald Planetby David Beerling

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 9.99

    The Emerald Planet is the tale of our world's past - and future - as revealed by plants. Over the immensity of geological time, plants have been powerful agents of change, shaping the climate, the planet, and affecting the evolutionary path of all life. Here, David Beerling tells how. more...

  • China Lakeby Barret Baumgart

    University of Iowa Press 2017; US$ 19.95

    Barret Baumgart’s literary debut presents a haunting and deeply personal portrait of civilization poised at the precipice, a picture of humanity caught between its deepest past and darkest future. In the fall of 2013, during the height of California’s historic drought, Baumgart toured the remote military base, NAWS China Lake, near Death Valley, California.... more...

  • Storm Chaserby Mike Olbinski

    Pen and Sword 2017; US$ 22.30

    My storm chasing/interest in photography began back around the time my daughter was born (2008) and I started chasing storms about 7 years ago. It's hard to describe why I'm drawn to weather and storms, it's just what I've known my whole life. When I was little I would watch storms with my dad on the patio and grew up learning about them. It wasn't... more...

  • Weather: A Very Short Introductionby Storm Dunlop

    OUP Oxford 2017; US$ 7.99

    The weather affects everyone on Earth, influencing both our day-to-day decisions and long term plans for leisure and work. But the Earth's weather systems are extremely complex, and conditions and events may have an effect 'half a world away'. Storm Dunlop explores the processes at work behind our daily weather. more...

  • Natural Hazardsby Edward A. Keller; Duane E. DeVecchio; John Clague

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 124.95

    Natural Hazards focuses on hazards as the interface between humanity and its needs for space and resources, as well as on the ongoing geologic processes of Earth and features many new Canadian examples and discussions while retaining the best U.S. and international illustrations. The third Canadian edition strikes an ideal balance between the scientific... more...

  • Global Climate Changeby David E. Kitchen

    Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 149.00

    The science of climate change is a complex subject that balances the physical record and scientific fact with politics, policy, and ethics - and is of particular importance to the geosciences. This thoughtfully crafted new text and accompanying media encourage non-science majors to practice critical thinking, analysis, and discourse about climate... more...

  • L'Année rustique en Périgordby Eugène Le Roy; Ligaran

    Primento Digital Publishing 2016; US$ 2.99

    Extrait : "De la terre échauffée par les rayons du soleil vainqueur de l'hiver, montent des senteurs champêtres. Au bord des prés, le long des chemins, fleurissent les peupliers, les frênes, les ormes, et les érables, que nous appelons « azeraüs ». Sous les futaies, au bas des talus rocheux, les pervenches tapissent le sol et, le long des haies —... more...