Folklore Guide To The Weather

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Folklore Guide To The Weather

Author : David Bowen
ISBN : 9781528783460
Genre : Nature
File Size : 45.52 MB
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“Folklore Guide to the Weather” contains a series of folklore saying pertaining to the weather and how to predict and read it. Although there are many such sayings, the ones within this volume are those that contemporarily couldn't be explained by science, but which the author believes are reliable “at least seven times out of ten”. Contents include: “Solar Halo”, “Rainbows”, “Rain”, “Hail”, “Thunder and Lightening”, “Frost”, “Snow”, “Sound”, “Temperature”, “Birds”, “Animals (Quadrupeds)”, “Insects”, “Fish, Molluscs and Reptiles”, “Plants and Trees”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction.
Category: Nature

A Visual Guide To Weather And Climate

Author : Diana Malizia
ISBN : 9781508177067
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 61.29 MB
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What changes can we expect with global warming? Could the ice caps melt and raise sea levels? Could farmland become desert? Why was it chilly and rainy today when the forecast called for mild sunshine? The atmosphere is an extremely complicated system. Any weather forecast can rapidly change because of the wind, a warm front, or an unexpected storm. In addition, many places around the world have broken their high-temperature records, while many coastal and Arctic communities are already witnessing the first severe effects of climate change. With the help of awe-inspiring photographs, infographics, and detailed diagrams, readers will learn about the factors that determine weather and climate, the difference between them, and exactly why long-term forecasts are so complicated.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Teaching Guide For Folklore

Author : Lawana Trout
ISBN : IND:30000047866359
Genre : Folk literature
File Size : 69.45 MB
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Category: Folk literature


Author : David Ellyard
ISBN : 0733307418
Genre : Weather
File Size : 24.8 MB
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A-Z guide full of scientific facts, jokes, myths and whimsy about weather and climate. By ABC TV weekend weatherman and professional scientist.
Category: Weather

Firefly Guide To Weather

Author : Ross Reynolds
ISBN : 1554071100
Genre : Nature
File Size : 48.50 MB
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A practical guide to observing, measuring and understanding weather. Meteorology is a science that gets widespread exposure on television, radio and newspapers as well as being one of the most frequent topics of conversation. Best of all, it is a science that anyone can dabble in on a daily basis. Guide to Weather is a handy guide to the many forces of nature at work in the Earth's atmosphere. Written for all readers, this book explains how weather phenomena actually develop and how to predict them. The book also explores the validity of weather folklore, such as red sky at night, sailor's delight; red sky in the morning, sailor take warning, and many others. Guide to Weather covers weather topics in the following nine chapters: The atmosphere Observing the weather Mapping the weather Global weather Explaining the weather Forecasting the weather Hazardous weather Holiday weather around the world Environmental issues. There is also a country-by-country climate guide -- just perfect for today's global traveler -- with concise assessments and graphs showing annual temperatures, precipitation, and sun times. With more than 300 photographs, maps and artwork, Guide to Weather is the compact reference for travelers, meteorological hobbyists, students, farmers, and anyone who wants a better understanding of the weather.
Category: Nature

The Ams Weather Book

Author : Jack Williams
ISBN : 9781935704553
Genre : Science
File Size : 75.18 MB
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America has one of the most varied and dynamic weather systems in the world. Every year, the Gulf Coast is battered by hurricanes, the Great Plains are ravaged by tornados, the Midwest is pummeled by blizzards, and the temperature in the Southwest reaches a sweltering 120 degrees. Extreme weather can be a matter of life and death, but even when it is pleasant—72 degrees and sunny—weather is still central to the lives of all Americans. Indeed, it’s hard to imagine a topic of greater collective interest. Whether we want to know if we should close the storm shutters or just carry an umbrella to work, we turn to forecasts. But few of us really understand the science behind them. All that changes with The AMS Weather Book. The most comprehensive and up-to-date guide to our weather and our atmosphere, it is the ultimate resource for anyone who wants to understand how hurricanes form, why tornados twirl, or even why the sky is cerulean blue. Written by esteemed science journalist and former USA Today weather editor Jack Williams, The AMS Weather Book covers everything from daily weather patterns to air pollution and global warming and explores the stories of people coping with severe weather and those who devote their lives to understanding the atmosphere, oceans, and climate. Words alone, of course, are not adequate to explain many meteorological concepts, so The AMS Weather Book is filled with engaging full-color graphics that explain such concepts as why winds blow in a particular direction, how Doppler weather radar works, what happens inside hurricanes, how clouds create wind and snow, and what’s really affecting the earth’s climate. For Weather Channel junkies, amateur meteorologists, and storm chasers alike, The AMS Weather Book is an invaluable tool for anyone who wants to better understand how weather works and how it affects our lives.
Category: Science

A Student Guide To Collecting Folklore

Author : Charles Edwin Price
ISBN : 1570720568
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 67.51 MB
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A complete and easy guide that introduces folklore collecting to everyone. The perfect how-to-do-it instruction book for teachers, students, folklore societies, local historical societies, genealogical societies, libraries—everyone! The book is designed for every person who is interested in collecting folklore, from elementary students to adults. Now you can share the satisfaction of helping to preserve your valuable national, state, local, and family heritage, in this guide that contains everything you need to know to get started right away.
Category: Social Science

Dick Goddard S Weather Guide And Almanac For Northeast Ohio

Author : Dick Goddard
ISBN : CORNELL:31924073255477
Genre : Science
File Size : 49.57 MB
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Nobody explains Cleveland's weather better than Dick Goddard, twice rated the most popular local weathercaster in America. Now his first book makes weather easier to understand -- and fun to learn about -- with month-by-month facts, folklore, storm tips, and weather wit. Humorous short essays range from stargazing to global warming.
Category: Science

The Essential Book Of Weather Lore

Author : Leslie Alan Horvitz
ISBN : 0762108576
Genre : Reference
File Size : 84.76 MB
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Introduces common and ancient weather lore, explaining where it comes from and why it is or is not accurate information, covering such seasonal forecasting topics as temperature, precipitation, drought, sunshine, and storms.
Category: Reference

A Guide To Australian Folklore

Author : Gwenda Davey
ISBN : 0731810759
Genre : Australia
File Size : 71.98 MB
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An alphabetically arranged list of terms, allusions, characters, events and places that constitutes the folklore of Australia, past and present.
Category: Australia

Western Folklore

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ISBN : UOM:39015005368322
Genre : Folklore
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Category: Folklore

The Practical Guide To Practically Everything

Author : Peter Bernstein
ISBN : UOM:39015037691931
Genre : Consumer education
File Size : 37.4 MB
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This extensive, one-volume personal library offers a better way of getting the facts one needs to live safety, easily, inexpensively, and enjoyably in complicated times. In a lively style, The Practical Guide to Practically Everything covers such consumer issues as health care, money matters, buying a car, safety on airlines and in airports, strategies for getting better pay, and more. Graphs, tables, charts & illustrations.
Category: Consumer education

Filmstrip Guide

Author : H.W. Wilson Company
ISBN : UIUC:30112105665076
Genre : Filmstrips
File Size : 78.49 MB
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Category: Filmstrips

Weather Wisdom

Author : Albert Lee
ISBN : CORNELL:31924062815083
Genre : Science
File Size : 30.22 MB
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A practical manual on the art of observation forecasting sensitizes the reader to weather indicators in nature while examining the accuracy of folk sayings concerning the weather
Category: Science

Mythology 101

Author : Kathleen Sears
ISBN : 9781440573330
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 78.33 MB
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Explore the fascinating myths of Greek and Roman civilizations! The tales of gods and heroes are often turned into tedious discourse that even Ovid would reject. This easy-to-read guide cuts out the boring details, and instead, provides you with a thrilling lesson in classic mythology. From the heights of Mt. Olympus to the depths of the Underworld, this book takes you on an unforgettable journey through all the major myths born in ancient Greece and Rome, such as Achilles's involvement in the Trojan War; Pluto's kidnapping of the beautiful Proserpina; and the slaying of Medusa by Perseus, the heroic demi-god. You'll also learn all about the wonders of the world as well as the greatest creatures ever recorded in history. Like Charon navigating the River of Wailing, Mythology 101 will guide you through the most glorious (and completely terrifying) tales the ancient world has to offer.
Category: Social Science