Doppler Radar, Satellites, and Computer Models by Paul Fleisher
  

Doppler Radar, Satellites, and Computer Models

Paul Fleisher

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Doppler Radar, Satellites, and Computer Models by Paul Fleisher

How do scientists predict the weather? What tools and instruments help them make forecasts? How far in advance can they make good predictions?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.

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eBook

Author

Paul Fleisher
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Publisher

Lerner Publishing Group Lerner Publications

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9780761363279



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