Annotated BibliographyMcDonald, Kim A “Chronicle of Higher Education”. Colorado team predicts more hurricanes in 19974/25/97, Vol. 43 Issue 33, pA16, Presents the predictions of a team of atmospheric scientists at Colorado State University on the number of hurricanes in the Atlantic for the summer and fall of 1997.
What the predictions are based on; Number of tropical storms that will form in the Atlantic basin; Comments from William M. Gray, the team’s leader. Raftery, Isolde. “Chronicle of Higher Education”.
Move Over, Mr. Weatherman 7/23/2004, Vol. 50 Issue 46, pA6, 1/3p, 1cDiscusses the experiences of several graduate students on tornado and storm chasing in Oklahoma. Impact of the student’s obsession with severe weather on their studiesMurphy, Dennis E.
“School Library Media Activities Monthly”. One if by Land, Two if by Sea Severe Weather: Tornadoes and Hurricanes. Nov2000, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p17, 2pPresents a curriculum idea for teaching science among grades 4 to 6 students. Library media skills objective; Listing of resources; Roles of teachers and library media instructors; Activity and procedures for completion. Musser, Linda; Recupero, Lisa.
“College & Research Libraries News”. Internet resources on disasters. June97, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p403, 5p, 3bwPresents information on sites on the Internet which relates to disasters.
Information on the sites, Earthweek, Disaster Relief, HazardNet and Severe Weather Data; Information on meteorological, geophysical, biological and technological disasters. McIntyre, William A. . “Library Journal”.
Severe Weather Flying. 03/01/83, Vol. 108 Issue 5, p512, 1/9pDiscusses the dangers of flying in severe weather. Holt, Karen; Kirch, Claire; Summer, Bob. “Publishers Weekly”. Blown Away.
10/11/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 41, p22, 2p, 1cFocuses on the damages caused by hurricanes on independent booksellers in the U. S. as of October 2004. Examples of booksellers that were damaged by the hurricanes; Market status of independent booksellers after the succession of hurricanes according to Wanda Jewell, executive director of the Southeast Booksellers Association; Problems faced by regional booksellers.