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Weather for Dummies (John D. Cox, 2000, 358 pp., fect," El Nino, and ozone depletion). The book as- $ 19.99, paperbound, IDG Books Worldwide, ISBN 0- sumes the reader has a basic knowledge of science and 7645-5243-0). The For Dummies series, which has a curiosity about Colorado weather, but the colorful sold more than 90 million copies, expands its scope illustrations of clouds, tornadoes, and avalanches will into the field of meteorology with this reference book. have an appeal to scientists as well.* With a particular appeal to those less familiar with the technical aspects of the science, the book gives a gen- eral overview of meteorological occurrences and terms, including sections on forecasting, seasons, El Nino, clouds, atmospheric science, and storm devel- opment. It also discusses significant storms of the past century, provides activities and experiments, and is generously illustrated. Ozone and Climate Change: A Beginner's Guide (S. J. Reid, 2000, 217 pp., $23.00, paperbound, Gor- don and Breach Science Publishers, ISBN 90-5679- 233-3). In the mid-1980s, the discovery of large ozone losses over Antarctica each spring caught most of the scientific world by suiprise. The cause was found to involve many branches of science, and the author has written this book to help readers understand the atmo- PUBLISHERS' ADDRESSES spheric dynamics and thermodynamics involved as well as the atmospheric chemistry associated with Hungry Minds ozone formation and destruction. The book has three (formerly IDG Books Worldwide) parts: "The Earth's Atmosphere," "The Ozone Layer," 909 Third Avenue and "Climate Change." Each part has a bibliography New York, NY 10022 and several appendices that provide more detailed and Telephone: 800-762-2974 technical information. The book was written for those Web site: http://www.hungryminds.com interested in the "ozone hole" phenomenon and cli- mate change, and could serve as introductory material Gordon and Breach for environmental science students. P.O. Box 32160 Newark, NJ 07102 Colorado Weather Book (Mike Nelson and the Telephone: 800-545-8398 9NEWS Weather Team, 1999,136 pp., $24.95, paper- Web site: http://www.gbhap.com bound, Westcliffe Publishers, ISBN 1-56579-342-0). This richly illustrated book was written as a "fun Westcliffe Publishers weather guide" that describes and explains Colorado P.O. Box 1261 weather in simple terms. The first four chapters cover Englewood, CO 80150-1261 common and interesting phenomena of each season, Telephone: 303-935-0900 followed by "Weather of the Century," "Meteorology Web site: http://www.westcliffepublishers.com or Media-rology," "Photographing the Weather," and "The Fragile Planet" (including the "greenhouse ef- Vol. 82,, No. 6, June 2001

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