By Michael Allaby,Richard Garratt
Complete with full-color images, sidebars, and extra interpreting, "Atmosphere" is an important booklet for college kids drawn to the atmospheric sciences.
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Atmosphere: A Scientific History of Air, Weather, and Climate (Discovering the Earth) by Michael Allaby,Richard Garratt