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READINGS RFADINfiS BOOK REVIEWS SEVERE AND HAZARDOUS WEATHER Robert M. Rauber, John E. Walsh, and Donna J. Charlevoix, 2002, 616 pp., $90.95, paperbound, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, ISBN 0-7872-9419-5 tors have found it difficult to minimize the basics to ^ evere and Hazardous Weather is a welcome ad- m dition to the family of introductory meteorology get to the part of the course the students really want— the severe and hazardous weather! The best advice is k J texts and fills a void in its specific niche, which has widened in the last 10-plus years. Whether due to use the experience of the authors to world events or to increased attention from the me- and work within the framework of dia, there is a growing interest in severe weather the text. W e should realize that while among college and university students. While meteo- we are often enamored with our sci- rology majors explore severe weather in depth, most ence, the average general education general education students merely are curious about student does not need to be able to the dramatic side of our science. They see and occa- derive the geostrophic wind equation sionally experience such events as tornadoes, hurri- or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-84.8.1083
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RFADINfiS BOOK REVIEWS SEVERE AND HAZARDOUS WEATHER Robert M. Rauber, John E. Walsh, and Donna J. Charlevoix, 2002, 616 pp., $90.95, paperbound, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, ISBN 0-7872-9419-5 tors have found it difficult to minimize the basics to ^ evere and Hazardous Weather is a welcome ad- m dition to the family of introductory meteorology get to the part of the course the students really want— the severe and hazardous weather! The best advice is k J texts and fills a void in its specific niche, which has widened in the last 10-plus years. Whether due to use the experience of the authors to world events or to increased attention from the me- and work within the framework of dia, there is a growing interest in severe weather the text. W e should realize that while among college and university students. While meteo- we are often enamored with our sci- rology majors explore severe weather in depth, most ence, the average general education general education students merely are curious about student does not need to be able to the dramatic side of our science. They see and occa- derive the geostrophic wind equation sionally experience such events as tornadoes, hurri- or

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Aug 1, 2003

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