by Sandlin, Lee.
A riveting tale of the weather's most vicious monster--the supercell tornado--that recreates the origins of meteorology, and the quirky, pioneering, weather-obsessed scientists who helped change America. Full description
Rain : a natural and cultural history
What stands in a storm : three days in the worst superstorm to hit the South's tornado alley
The last volcano : a man, a romance, and the quest to understand nature's most magnificent fury
Tambora : the eruption that changed the world
Into the storm : violent tornadoes, killer hurricanes, and death-defying adventures in extreme weather
Air : the restless shaper of the world
The dynamics of disaster
The mercy of the sky : the story of a tornado
The weather machine : a journey inside the forecast
A furious sky : the five-hundred-year history of America's hurricanes
I survived : true stories. Tornado terror
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