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The BC Weather Book: From the Sunshine Coast to Storm Mountain Paperback – Sep 27 2004

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"Like BC's weather, the book offers something for everyone who lives, works, or plays in BC's weather."

-- David Phillips, Senior Climatologist, Environment Canada

About the Author

Known to Internet weather enthusiasts around the globe as "The Weather Doctor," Keith C. Heidorn, Ph.D., a graduate of the University of Michigan and the University of Guelph, has spent his life studying weather and climate. After a career with the Ontario provincial government and in private consulting, Dr. Heidorn now focuses his energies in public education on a myriad of weather and climate topics, ranging from the origin of snowmen to the science of thunder.

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Good book Jan. 19 2010
By M. DERVISH - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
A good book on regional weather. However it probably should have been entitled the BC Climate Book as that what most of the book is -- a detailed description of the climate of the province. There are descriptions of 11 major weather events, however I would have liked -- and I'm sure BC residents would appreciate -- an account of many more of the weather events that have impacted the province over the years. Perhaps they weren't included because there are already some on the author's website: The Weather [...].
Also, Hadley cells are never called Halley cells, maybe this is just a misprint but it occurs more than once.