The Worst Weather on Earth: A History of the have spawned a growing concern among scientists, Mount Washington Observatory (William Lowell policymakers, and the public worldwide. This book Putnam, 1991, 266 pp., $30.00, hardbound, Mount focuses on the issue of global warming, examining the Washington Observatory and the American Alpine climatic changes of the past and possible changes of Club, ISBN 930410-35-1). In this book, Putnam the future. It discusses mechanisms that control cli- focuses on the most recent third of history of the Mount mate changes, modeling approaches, scientific Washington Observatory. The tale begins at the time thinking, the possible impacts on the British Isles (as that Joe Dodge, whom the author calls the "greatest a case study), and the current state of understanding White Mountain man of the twentieth century," rees- the whole. tablished the basic function of the observatory—noting and recording the weather. This is the story of the Water Up, Water Down: The Hydrologic Cycle small band of people who "painstakingly noted the (Sally M. Walker, 1992, 47 pp., $19.95, hardbound, passing moods of the atmosphere, testing and record- Carolrhoda Books, ISBN 0-87614-695-7). In this ing one new concept after another" all the while "living
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