Wild WeatherBook - 2000
During a hurricane, wind speeds can reach up to 220 miles per hour. Trees are ripped from the ground and houses are reduced to rubble. Investigations: Wild Weather investigates how weather happens, from the extreme forces of thunderstorms, typhoons and tornadoes to the simple elements of sun, rain and clouds. It shows how the different regions of the world have different weather, and how people, plants and animals have adapted to life in extreme climates.
Publisher: London : Lorenz Books, 2000
Branch Call Number: J 551.5 Ker
Characteristics: 64 p. : col. ill., col. maps. --