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 WEATHER RELATED BOOKS FOR GEOINT

OPERATIONAL WEATHER FORECASTING by Peter Michael Inness, Steve Dorling

This book offers a complete primer, covering the end-to-end process of forecast production, and bringing together a description of all the relevant aspects together in a single volume with plenty of explanation of some of the more complex issues and examples of current, state-of-the-art practices.

OPERATIONAL WEATHER FORECASTING


BATTLING THE ELEMENTS: WEATHER AND TERRAIN IN THE CONDUCT OF WAR by Harold A. Winters, Gerald A. Galloway Jr. and David W. Rhyne

Engrossing and informative, this book is a cogent analysis of dozens of battles to illustrate the complex, diverse, and often capricious effect of physical geography on war without oversimplifying this relationship or implying that environmental factors predetermine the outcome of a battle.

BATTLING THE ELEMENTS


WEATHER ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING HANDBOOK by Tim Vasquez

A guidebook for those requiring the details of operational weather analysis and forecasting. Aimed towards meteorology professionals, pilots, students and flight operators. Covers a wide range of weather systems like surface analysis, thermodynamics, structure and effects. Thunderstorms, seasonal weather looked at in detail.

WEATHER ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING HANDBOOK


GUIDE TO WEATHER FORECASTING by Storm Dunlop

The guide covers the causes, systems and how they change, clouds and appearances, condiditions and climate change with a range of charts, satellite imagery and instruments. Taken as a helpful resource in understanding weather predictions.

GUIDE TO WEATHER FORECASTING


WEATHER FLYING by Robert Buck

The book explains weather concepts in an understandable format, the what, how and where of weather information. Various weather phenomena and how it changes.

WEATHER FLYING


MODERN MARINE WEATHER: FROM TIME HONORED MARITIME TRADITIONS TO THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY by David Burch, Tobias Burch

Covers the planning and navigation of maritime voyages, local and global.

MODERN MARINE WEATHER