Wisconsin's weather and climate

The University of Wisconsin Press, 2002 - 321 páginas
An engrossing overview of Wisconsin's place in weather history, Wisconsin's Weather and Climate is written for weather buffs, teachers, students, outdoor enthusiasts, and those working in fields, lakes, and forests for whom the weather is a daily force to be reckoned with. It examines the physical features of Wisconsin that shape the state's climate--topography, mid-latitude location, and proximity to Lakes Superior and Michigan--and meteorological phenomena that affect climate, such as atmospheric circulation and air mass frequency.

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Moran, meteorologist, Associate Director, Education Program American Meteorological Society, Washington, DC.

Bruce Buckley is a senior meteorologist who has worked in the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and as chief meteorologist on television for Australia's Weather Channel.

Edward J. Hopkins is a lecturer in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Wisconsin, and is a weather education consultant with the American Meteorological Society.

Richard Whitaker is a meteorological consultant who provides services to businesses, governments and educational organizations. He is a former manager of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology's commercial unit in New South

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