The Secret World of Weather: How to Read Signs in Every Cloud, Breeze, Hill, Street, Plant, Animal, and Dewdrop

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Product Details

Price
$21.95  $20.19
Publisher
Experiment
Publish Date
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.75 X 8.35 X 1.26 inches | 1.19 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781615197545

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About the Author

New York Times-bestselling author Tristan Gooley has led expeditions on five continents, climbed mountains in three, and is the only living person to have both flown and sailed solo across the Atlantic. His more than two decades of pioneering outdoor experience include research among tribal peoples in some of the remotest regions on Earth.

Reviews

An Indie Next Pick

"Gooley marshals a riveting compendium of weather-reading skills. . . . He has plenty of facts at his fingertips with which to excite."--The Times

"After 40 years as a professional meteorologist, I've looked at the weather through Tristan Gooley's fresh eyes and seen new things."--Peter Gibbs, weatherman and BBC Presenter

"The trouble with reading Tristan's new book is that he makes me feel like I've been walking around with my eyes closed . . . His books are so packed with interesting facts."--Al Humphreys, adventurer, motivational speaker, and author of Microadventures: Local Discoveries for Great Escapes

"A timely book to help us as we get back into the outdoors. The Secret World of Weather is a thrill-ride through the signs and secrets of clouds, winds, dewdrops and sunlight. A fascinating read in itself, it's also as practical as ever."--Country Walking

"Gooley's skill is to piece it all together, make it interesting--and go deeper."--Cross Country

"This breezy new book reveals how to read nature's very own weather forecast. . . . Full of fascinating trivia."--Daily Mail

"I would recommend this book to all who seek explanations of the incredible variety of natural sights and sounds detectable in the open air."--Weather, journal of the Royal Meteorological Society

"The Secret World of Weather frames itself early on as an aid to forecasting. . . . But it's really much more than that. It's about the ecology of weather, how the movement of air and the heat of the sun negotiate with the forms of hill and tree and building to generate the most wondrous variety of phenomena."--The Telegraph