Weather on the Air: A History of Broadcast Meteorology Hardcover – Aug 16 2010
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“Supplanting baseball, talking about the weather has become our national pastime. This book is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand the evolution of our attraction to, and dependence on, up-to-minute news about the weather.”
(Edward Maibach, director, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason)
“Robert Henson has written the definitive history of on-air weather in America.”
(Dan Satterfield, chief meteorologist, WHNT, Huntsville, Alabama)
About the Author
Robert Henson is a science writer at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and a contributing editor to Weatherwise Magazine. His other books include The Rough Guide to Weather and The Rough Guide to Climate Change.
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