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18 Miles The Epic Drama of Our Atmosphere and Its Weather
Author: Christopher Dewdney
Publisher: ECW Press
Pages count: 272
Description: We live at the bottom of an ocean of air that surrounds the earth. It could seem vaste, but it is a very thin layer: 99 percent of Earth's atmosphere is contained within 18 miles. It means that if the Earth is shrinked to the size of a basketball our atmosphere would be as thick as a paper leaf. All meteorology starts and ends here. With a fascinating story, the author guides the reader through the secrets of weather, tells about the invisible bonds that link the structure of clouds, the storms and the seasons. He details the history of weather forecasting and introduces us to the pioneers of science and observation, which they first began to understand the weather.
As always extremely interesting book!
Thank you ever so much.
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