BOO K REVIEWS TH E WEATHE R IDENTIFICATIO N HANDBOO K Storm Dunlop, 2003, 192 pp., $16.95, paperbound, The Lyons Press, ISBN 1-585-74857-9 tor m Dunlop's The Weather Identification Hand- photo s of other photographers to enhance the qual- book is the latest in a genre of field guides that ity of the book and fill in some rare scenes, such as Sbega n perhaps with Ludlam and Scorer's 1958 th e complex haloes that are seen in the Antarctic, or Cloud Study: A Pictorial Guide, or Clausse an d Facy's nacreou s clouds. The reproductions in The Weather The Clouds, translated fro m French and published in Identification Handbook, with rare exception, are ex- 1961 b y Grov e Press. Thi s genre ma y have reached its cellent an d a visual treat. Th e printin g quality is at or zenit h in beauty, comprehensiveness, and printing nea r that of the best in the guidebook genre. qualit y wit h the publications of Field Guide to the At- The Weather Identification Handbook is organized mosphere by Vincen t Schaefer an d John Day in 1981, int o nine chapters that begin with the classification Th
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