Due to the Weather: Ways the Elements Affect Our Lives

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APPENDIX: DIRECTORY OF WEB SITE CONTACTS

WEATHER-RELATED GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
American Red Cross

http://www.crossnet.org

Avalanches Information

http://www.alaska.net/-nwsar

Climate Diagnostic Center

http://www.cdc.noaa.gov

Climate Monitoring and Diagnostics Laboratory

http://www.cmdl.noaa.gov

Climate Prediction Center

http://www.nnic.noaa.gov/cpc

Decoded Offshore Weather Data

http://www.ems.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wx/offshore.cgi

Earth Science Enterprise

http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/mtpe

Environmental Information Services

e-mail: help@esdim.noaa.gov

Famine Early Warning System

http://www.info.usaid/gov/fews/fens.html

Federal Aviation Administration

http://www.faa.gov

Forecast Systems Laboratory

http://www.fsl.noaa.gov

Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

http://www.gfdl.gov

Global Change Data and Information System

http://www.gdis.usdcrp.gov

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Part I - Different Kinds of Weather Elements 1
  • 1 - Avalanches 3
  • 2 - Clouds 11
  • 3 - Droughts 17
  • 4 - Dust Storms 25
  • 5 - Floods 31
  • 6 - Fog 39
  • 7 - Hail 45
  • 8 - Humidity 51
  • 9 - Hurricanes/Typhoons 57
  • 10 - Ice 65
  • 11 - Lightning/Thunder 73
  • 12 - Monsoons 79
  • 13 - Mudslides 85
  • 14 - Rainfall 93
  • 15 - Snow 99
  • 16 - Sunshine 107
  • 17 - Temperatures (Cold) 113
  • 18 - Temperatures (Hot) 119
  • 19 - Tornadoes 125
  • 20 - Winds 133
  • Part II - How Weather Affects Us 141
  • 21 - Business 143
  • 22 - Clothing 149
  • 23 - Crime 153
  • 24 - Costums 159
  • 25 - Health 165
  • 26 - History 173
  • 27 - Migration 181
  • 28 - Shelter 187
  • 29 - Sports and Recreation 193
  • 30 - Transportation 203
  • Appendix - Directory of Web Site Contacts 211
  • Index 217
  • About the Author 221
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