Doppler radar, satellites, and computer models: the science of weather forecasting
Weather forecasting is a tricky science. Forecasters gather current weather data and study trends and historical patterns. They use their expertise to predict what Kind of weather is likely coming next-with help from computers, satellites, and other machines. In this fact-packed book, discover what it really takes to forecast Earth's weather. Book jacket.
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|Grouping Title||doppler radar satellites and computer models the science of weather forecasting|
|Grouping Author||fleisher paul|
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|Last Indexed||2020-01-27 00:28:52AM|
Joelton Middle - Teen Non-Fiction
Wright Middle - Teen Non-Fiction
|display_description||Discusses the tools and techniques used by meteorologists to predict the weather, including doppler radar, satellite technology, and advanced computer models.|
|title_display||Doppler radar, satellites, and computer models : the science of weather forecasting|
|title_full||Doppler radar, satellites, and computer models : the science of weather forecasting / Paul Fleisher|
|title_short||Doppler radar, satellites, and computer models :|
|title_sub||the science of weather forecasting|