Storms : Sixteen million storms occur every year, all around the world. Some drop more than 125 million gallons of water in just twenty minutes. Others give off more electrical energy than a city uses in a week. In a clear, concise text and spectacular full-color photographs, noted science writer Seymour Simon examines thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes, explaining how they form and why they die out.
|Niños y Jóvenes||Nature|