Stormchasers: The Thrill of the Chase and Fury can reach the general public. During the film Sheets of the Storm stated that he keeps a personal account of all the Monsoonal winds bring torrential rains to India, pro- deaths resulting from hurricanes—names, locations, viding life-giving water and often life-taking floods. dates, and storms—so he does not lose sight of the Hurricane Emily batters Cape Hatteras, North Caro- ultimate goal—to save lives. lina, sweeping coastal homes into the sea. A tornado steamrolls its way through fields in Kansas, obliterat- ing all in its path. The monsoon, hurricane, and tor- nado make up the cast of characters in the new I MAX/ OMNIMAX film Stormchasers. The larger than life film features such monsoon, hurricane, and tornado experts as Surindra Bhandari of the Indian Meteorological Society; Robert Sheets, the former director of the National Hurricane Center; and Howard Bluestein, professor of meteorology at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. Armed with research equipment and camera crews attempt- ing to capture the fury and unpredictability of the storms, research teams led by Sheets and Bluestein embark on stormchasing expeditions for the bulk of The director and star hurricane and tornado authorities answer
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1995
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