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About This Book
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
  • Pages 124–25: USAP, Dwight Bohnet
  • Page 126: The Antarctic Sun, Emily Stone
  • Page 127: USAP, Steven Profaizer
  • Page 128 (top): The Antarctic Sun, Emily Stone
  • Page 128 (bottom): Jack Williams
  • Page 130: Courtesy of Konrad Steffen
  • Page 136: U.S. Air Force Reserve, T. Sgt. Ryan Labadens
  • Page 148: American Meteorological Society (AMS), Curtis Compton
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
  • Pages 228–29: NOAA NESDIS
  • Page 232: Jack Williams
  • Page 233: NOAA Aircraft Operations Center, Mike Silah
  • Page 234: Mikki Harris
  • Page 244: U.S. Air Force Reserve, Maj. Chad Gibson
  • Page 247: NOAA Aircraft Operations Center, Dewey Floyd
  • Page 255: Andrew Itkoff, Andrew Itkoff Photography
  • Pages 256–257: The image is the global tropical cyclones map, created for NOAA’s International Best Track Archive for Climate Stewardship, by Kenneth Knapp, Michael Kruk, David Levinson (NOAA employees), Howard Diamond (NOAA contractor), and James Kossin (University of Wisconsin).
Chapter 11
Chapter 12

book jacket
The AMS Weather Book:The Ultimate Guide to America’s Weather
Jack Williams
With Forewords by Rick Anthes and Stephanie Abrams
©2009, 368 pages, 140 color plates, 70 halftones 8-1/2 x 10-7/8
Cloth $35.00 ISBN: 9780226898988

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