Sky Watchers Teachers’ Guide: references and related publications


Air Quality Health Index. Environment Canada, 16 Jul 2013. Web. 15 Feb 2013.

Allen, Oliver E. Atmosphere. The Planet Earth Series. Alexandria, Virginia: Time-Life Books, 1983.

Canadian Hurricane Centre. Environment Canada. Web. 01 Mar 2012.

Casselman, A., Berry, A., Hain, D. and Fergusson, A. 2002. Solar UV in our World: Secondary Education Information and Investigations. Public Works and Government Services Canada.

Dermatologists Applaud British Columbia Tanning Ban. Canadian Dermatology Association. Web. 15 Oct 2012.

Dickinson, Terence. Exploring the sky by day: the Equinox guide to weather and the atmosphere. Camden East, ON: Camden House, 1989.

Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 21 Nov 2013.

Engelbert, Phillis. The Complete Weather Resource. 3 vols. Detroit: U.X.L., 1997. Vol.3. Forecasting and Climate.

Environment Canada. A Matter of Degrees: A Primer on Climate Change. Ottawa: Environment Canada, 1997.

Environment Canada. Ice Storm '98: January 4-10, 1998. Ottawa: Environment Canada, 1998.

Environment Canada. Learning Weather Kit. 2 vols. Ottawa: Environment Canada. Vol 1. Knowing Weather: Facts and Myths.

Environment Canada. Sky Watchers Guide: Pacific and Yukon Region. Vancouver: Environment Canada.

Environment Canada. Weather Watchers Teachers' Guide. Edmonton: Environment Canada, 1997.

Environment Canada. Wind, Weather & Waves: A Guide to Marine Weather in the Great Lakes region. Ottawa: Environment Canada, 1998.

Environment Canada, Atlantic Region. East Coast Marine, Weather Manual: A guide to local forecasts and conditions. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services, 1989.

Guide to Environment Canada's Public Forecasts. Environment Canada, 4 Jul 2013. Web. 21 Nov 2013.

Ludlum, David, M. The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Weather. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1991.

Miami Science Museum. Web. 2013.

Phillips, David. The Climates of Canada. Ottawa: Ministry of Supply and Services, 1990

Phillips, David. The Day Niagara Falls Ran Dry. Toronto: Key Porter Books Ltd., 1993.

Phillips, David. Blame it on the Weather: Canadian Strange Weather Facts. Toronto: Key Porter Books Ltd., 1998.

Pommainville, Pierre. Aware: Aviation Weather Already for Emergency. 2nd ed. St. Hubert: Environment Canada, Quebec Region. 1996.

Schonland, Sir Basil. The Flights of Thunderbolts. 2nd ed. Oxford: Claredon Press, 1964.

Rossetti, Christina. 1947. Who Has Seen the Wind? Poetry Foundation. n.d.

Sun Safety. Government of Canada, 12 Jan 2012. Web. 1 Feb 2013.

Tanning and its Effects on Your Health. Health Canada, Sep 2012. Web. 1 Feb 2013.

Frequently asked questions about the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI). Environment Canada, 13 Nov 2013. Web. 21 Nov 2013.

The Globe Program. UCAR Community Programs, n.d. Web. 1 Feb 2013.

The Hydrologic Cycle. Environment Canada, 9 Sept 2013. Web. 21 Nov 2013.

The UV Index & Your Local Forecast. Health Canada, 15 Dec 2008. Web. 1 Jan 2013.

Preventing Skin Cancer. Health Canada, 23 Sep 2011. Web. 15 Feb 2013.

UV Index Sun Awareness Program. Health Canada, 1 Feb 2013. Web. 15 Feb 2013.

Weather Office. Environment Canada, 19 Jan 2013. Web. 29 Jan 2013.

Williams, Jack. The Weather Book: An Easy to Understand Guide to the USA's Weather. New York: Vintage Books, 1992.

Wood, Richard, A., ed. The Weather Almanac. Detroit: Gale Research, 1996.

Wyman Brenda. Weather. Cypress, California: Creative Teaching Press, 1995.

Wyatt, Valerie. Weather Watch. Toronto: Kids Can Press Ltd., 1990.

Related Publications

Grades K--3

Brandt, Keith. What makes it rain: the story of a raindrop. Illus. By Yoshi Miyake.
Mahwah, NJ: Troll Communications, 1996.
ISBN 0-89375-583-4 (K-3)

Branley, Franklyn M. Down comes the rain. Illus. by James Graham Hale.
New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1997.
(Let's-read-and-find-out science books)

Burby, Lisa N. Heat waves and droughts. 1st ed.
New York: PowerKids Press, 1999.
ISBN 0-8239-5292-4 (2-4)

Butler, Daphne et Denis-Paul Mawet. Pourquoi le vent souffle-t-il? Montréal : Les Éditions École Active, 1994.
ISBN 2-89069-440-2 (K-3)

Butler, Daphne. What happens when wind blows?
Austin, TX: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1996.
ISBN 0-817241531 (K-3)

Cole, Joanna. The magic school bus inside a hurricane.
New York: Scholastic Inc., 1995.
ISBN 0-590-44686-X (K-3)

Cooper, Kay. Too many rabbits and other fingerplays: about animals, nature, weather and the universe.
New York; Toronto: Scholastic, 1995.
ISBN 0-590-45564-8 (K-1)

Craig, Jean M. Questions and answers about weather.
New York: Scholastic Inc., 1996.
ISBN 0-59041142-X (K-3)

Dorion, Christiane. How the weather works: a hands-on guide to our changing climate.
Somerville: Candlewick Press, 2011.
ISBN 9780763652623 (2-6)

Gillis, Jennifer Storey. Puddle jumpers: fun weather projects for kids. Illustrations by Patti Delmonte.
Pownal, Vt.: Storey Communications, 1996.
ISBN 0-88266-938-9 (pbk) (2-4)

Hewitt, Sally. Weather.
New York: Children's Press, 2000. (It's science!)
ISBN 0-516-21657-0 (1-3)

Hiscock, Bruce. When will it snow?
New York: Atheneum, 1995.
ISBN 0-689-31937-1 (2-4)

Hopkins, Lee Bennett. Weather. Poems selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins.
New York: HarperCollins, 1994. (An I can read book)
ISBN 0-06-021463-5 (K-2)

Humphrey, Paul. Weather. Illus. by roger Stewart and Shirley Tourret.
London; New York: Children's Press, 1997. (Step-by-step geography)
ISBN 0-516-20238-3 (K-3)

Krupp, Edwin C. The rainbow and you. Illus. by Robin Rector Krupp.
New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2000.
ISBN 0-688-15601-0 (2-4)

Llewellyn, Claire. Why do we have wind and rain?
London: Hamlyn, 1995.
ISBN 0-60058522 (K-3)

Malam, John. Wacky weather. Illus. by Mike Foster.
Toronto: Macmillan Canada, 1998, 1997. (How it works)
ISBN 0-7715-7565-3 (2-4)

Martin, Terry. Pourquoi il y a des éclairs? : et autres questions sur la météo.
Richmond Hill, Ont. : Éditions Scholastic, 1997.
ISBN 0-590-16684-0 (K-3)

Martin, Terry. Why does lightning strike? : questions children ask about the weather.
Richmond Hill, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 1996.
ISBN 0-590-24945-2 (K-3)

Owen, Andy. Rain. Andy Owen and Miranda Ashwell.
Des Plaines, ILL: Heinemann Library, 1999. (What is weather?)
ISBN 1-57572-789-7 (K-3)

Owen, Andy. Watching the weather. Andy Owen and Miranda Ashwell.
Des Plaines, Ill.: Heinemann Library, 1999. (What is weather?)
ISBN 1-57572-792-7 (K-3)

Petty, Kate. People chase twisters. Illustrators, Peter Roberts and Jo Moore.
Brookfield, Conn.: Copper Beech Books, 1998.
ISBN 0-7613-0715-X (lib. bdg.)
ISBN 0-7613-0647-1 (trade) (2-4)

Rowe, Julian and Molly Perham. Weather watch!
Chicago: Children's Press, 1994. (First science)
ISBN 0-516-48142-8 (1-4)

Simon, Seymour. Lightning.
New York: Morrow, 1997.
ISBN 0-688-14639-2 (hc)
ISBN 0-688-16706-3 (pbk) (K-3)

Simon, Seymour. Tornadoes.
New York: Morrow, 1999.
ISBN 0-688-14646-5 (hc)
ISBN 0-688-14647-3 (pbk) (2-4)

Singer, Marilyn. On the same day in March: a tour of the world's weather. Illus. by Frané Lessac.
New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2001.
ISBN 9780064435284

Wallace, Karen. Whatever the weather.
Bolton, Ont.: Fenn Publishing Ltd., 1999. (Know it all readers. Level 1)
ISBN 1-55168-215-X (PreS-1)

Grades 4-6

Archer, Cheryl. Snow watch.
Toronto: Kids Can Press, 1994.
ISBN 1-55074-190-X (4-6)

Arnold, Caroline. El Niño: stormy weather for people and wildlife.
New York: Clarion Books, 1998.
ISBN 0-395-77602-3 (5-7)

Artell, Mike. Weather whys: questions, facts and riddles about weather.
Glenview, IL: GoodYearBooks, 1995.
ISBN 0-673-36173-X (4-6)

Beecroft, Simon. The new book of El Niño.
Brookfield, Conn.: Copper Beech Books, 1999.
ISBN 0-7613-0920-9 (lib. bdg.)
ISBN 0-7613-0797-4 (pbk.) (4-6)

Bender, Lionel. Heat and drought.
Austin, Tex.: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1998. (Living with the weather)
ISBN 0-8172-5051-4 (4-6)

Breen, Mark. The kids' book of weather forecasting: build a weather station, "read" the sky & make predictions. With meteorologist Mark Breen and Kathleen Friestad.
Charlotte, VT: Williamson Publishing, 2000. (A Williamson kids can! Book)
ISBN 1-885593-39-2 (4-6)

Carroll, Colleen. The weather: sun, wind, snow, rain.
1st ed. New York: Abbeville Kids, 1996. (How artists see)
ISBN 0-7892-0031-7
ISBN 0-7892-0478-9 (library ed.) (4-7)

Casey, Denise. Weather everywhere.
New York: Macmillan, 1995.
ISBN 0-02-717777-7 (4-6)

Christian, Spencer. Can it really rain frogs? the world's strangest weather events.
New York: Wiley, 1997.
ISBN 0-471-15290-0 (4-6)

Dorion, Christiane. How the weather works: a hands-on guide to our changing climate.
Somerville: Candlewick Press, 2011.
ISBN 9780763652623 (2-6)

Elsom, Derek. Weather: an accessible guide that really explains the elements.
London: Marshall Publishing, 1997. (Your world explained)
ISBN 1-84028-158-8 (4-6)

Farndon, John. Weather: how to watch and understand the weather and its changes.
Toronto: Stoddart Pub. Co., 1992. (Eyewitness explorers)
ISBN 0-7737-2581-4
ISBN 1-56458-019-9 (4-6)

Fergusson, Angus. The UV Index, weather & you : the UV Index Children's Sun Awareness Program:
activity information guide.
Downsview, ON: Science Assessment and Integration Branch, Meteorological Service of Canada, 2000.
ISBN 0-662-28949-8
Govt. Cat. No. EN56-154 /2000E (5-8)

Fergusson, Angus. L'indice UV, le temps & vous : Programme de l'indice UV pour la sensibilisation des enfants aux effets du soleil : guide d'activités d'information.
Downsview, ON: Direction de l'évaluation et de l'intégration scientifique, Service météorologique du Canada, 2000.
ISBN 0-662-84694-X
Govt. Cat. No. EN56-154 /2000F (5-8)

Flint, David. Météorologie et climat.
Saint-Lambert, Québec: Héritage, 1994.
ISBN 2-713016150 (4-6)

Harper, Suzanne. Clouds: from mare's tails to thunderheads.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1997. (First books)
ISBN 0-531-20291-7 (4-6)

Harper, Suzanne. Lightning.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1997. (First books)
ISBN 0-531-20290-9 (4-6)

Holub, Joan and Julie Hanna. The Man Who Named The Clouds.
Park Ridge, Illinois: Albert Whitman & Co, 2006.
ISBN 9780807549742 (3-5)

Jennings, Terry. Weather.
Jersey City, N.Y.: Park West Publications, 1999.
ISBN 0-563-37382-2 (3-5)

Jones, Lorraine. Super science projects about weather and natural forces.
New York: Rosen Publishing Group, 2000. (Psyched for science)
ISBN 0-8239-3105-6 (3-5)

Kahl, Jonathan D.W. Hazy skies: weather and the environment.
ISBN 0-8225-2530-5 (5-8)

Kahl, Jonathan D.W. Weather watch: forecasting the weather.
ISBN 0-8225-2529-1 (5-7)

Kerrod, Robin. The weather.
New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1994. (Let's investigate science)
ISBN 1-85435-630-5 (4-6)

Kramer, Stephen. Eye of the storm: chasing tornadoes with Warren Faidley.
New York: Putnam Pub. Group, 1999.
ISBN 0-399-23029-2 (hc) (2-5)
ISBN 0-698-11766-2 (pbk) (2-5)

Kramer, Stephen. Tornado: nature in action.
Minneapolis, MN: Carolrhoda Books, 1997.
ISBN 1-57505-058-7 (4-6)

Lye, Keith. Temperate climates.
Austin, Tex.: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1997.
ISBN 0-81724-827-7 (4-6)

Petty, Kate et Jakki Wood. Le ciel et ses mystéres.
Saint-Lambert, Québec : Héritage, 1994.
ISBN 2-7130-1583-9 (4-6)

Rosado, Maria. Blizzards! And ice storms. 1st ed.
New York: Simon spotlight, 1999. (The Weather channel presents)
ISBN 0-689-82016-X (pbk.) (4-6)

Science in the air. Presented by World Book Encyclopedia.
Chicago, IL: World Book, 1998. (How and why science)
ISBN 0-7166-7111-5 (pbk.) (4-6)

Steele, Philip. Snow and ice.
Austin, TX: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1998. (Living with the weather)
ISBN 0-8172-5052-2 (4-6)

Suzuki, David. You are the earth: from dinosaur breath to pizza from dirt.
Vancouver: Greystone Books, 1999.
ISBN 1-55054-751-8 (4-6)

Swanson, Diane. The day of the twelve story wave: grinding glaciers, howling hurricanes, spewing volcanoes, and other awesome forces of nature.
Vancouver; Toronto: Whitecap Books, 1995.
ISBN 1-55110-374-5 (4-6)

Taylor, Barbara. Le temps et le climat.
[adaptation française, Véronique Bussolin]
Bonneuil-les-Eaux, [France]: Gamma; Montréal, Qué: École active, [1997].
(Flash info) ISBN 2-71301-809-9 (Gamma).
ISBN 2-890695484 (École active)

VanCleave, Janice Pratt. Janice VanCleave's weather: mind-boggling experiments you can turn into science fair projects.
New York: John Wiley, 1995. (Spectacular Science Projects)
ISBN 0-471-03231-X (4-6)

Wyatt, Valerie. Weather: frequently asked questions. Illus. by Brian Share.
Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2000.
ISBN 1-55074-582-4 (hc)
ISBN 1-55074-815-7 (pbk.) (3-5)

Wyma, Brenda. Weather. Illus. by Diane Valko.
Cypress, CA: Creative Teaching Press, 1995. (Investigations in science)
ISBN 0-003-48280-2 (4-7)

Grades 7-12

Gold, Susan Dudley. Blame it on El Niño. Expert review by David Adamec, NASA oceanographer.
Austin, Tex.: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2000.
ISBN 0-7398-1376-5 (6-10)

Hodgson, Michael. Weather forecasting. 2nd ed.
Guildford, CT: Globe Pequat Press, 1999. (Basic essentials)
ISBN 0-7627-0478-0 (7-10)

Kahl, Jonathan D. National Audubon Society first field guide. Weather.
New York: Scholastic Press, 1998.
ISBN 0-590-05469-4 (hc)
ISBN 0-590-05488-0 (pbk) (7-12)

Murphree, Tom. Watching weather. Tom Murphree and Mary K. Miller with the Exploratorium.
New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1998. (The accidental scientist)

Sciencepower 10 : science, technology, society, environment.
Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2001.
ISBN 0-07-560363-2 (9-12)

Adult and Teacher Resources

Abley, Mark. The ice storm : an historic record in photographs of January 1998.
Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1998.
ISBN 0-7710-6100-5

Abley, Mark. Stories from the ice storm. (Edited by Mark Abley.)
Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1999.
ISBN 0-7710-0653-5 (bound)
ISBN 0-7710-0654-3 (pbk)

Berger, John J. Beating the heat : why and how we must combat global warming.
Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Hills Books, 2000.
ISBN 1-893-16305-9

Bluestein, Howard B. Tornado alley : monster storms of the Great Plains.
New York, N.Y.; Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press, 1999.
ISBN 0-19-510552-4

Bowyer, Peter J. Where the wind blows : a guide to marine weather in Atlantic Canada.
(Published in co-operation with Environment Canada).
St. John's, Nfld.: Breakwater Books Ltd., 1995.
ISBN 1550811193

Burroughs, William James. The climate revealed.
Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999.
ISBN 0-521-77081-5

Canada. Environment Canada. Ontario Region. Clouds. [wall chart] [Downsview, Ont.]: Environment Canada, Ontario Region, Commercial Services Branch, [1999].
ISBN 0-662-27621-3
Gov't. Cat. No. En56-134 /1999E

Canada. Environnement Canada. Région de l'Ontario. Les nuages. [planche murale]
[Downsview, Ont.]: Environnement Canada, Région de l'Ontario, Direction des services commerciaux, [1999].
ISBN 0-662-83539-5
No. gouv. de cat. No. En56-134 /1999F

DeBlieu, Jan. Wind : how the flow of air has shaped life, myth, and the land.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1998.
ISBN 0-395-78033-0

Dunlop, Storm. A dictionary of weather.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
ISBN 0-19-280063-9

Eden, Philip and Clint Twist. Weather facts.
Willowdale, ON: Firefly Books, 1995.
ISBN 1-895565-64-2

Encyclopedia of climate and weather. Ed. by Stephen H. Schneider.
New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996.
ISBN 0-19-509485-9 (set)

Engelbert, Phillis. The complete weather resource. (4 vol. set)
Detroit, Mich.: UXL, 1997-2000.
ISBN 0-8103-9787-0 (set)

Fleming, James Rodger. Historical perspectives on climate change.
New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.
ISBN 0-19-507870-5

Freier, George D. Weather proverbs and quotes.
New York: Random House, 1999.
ISBN 0-517-20194-1

Goldstein, Mel. The complete idiot's guide to weather.
New York: Alpha Books; Distr. by Macmillan, 1999.
ISBN 0-02-862709-1

Graedel, T.E. Atmosphere, climate and change.
ISBN 0-7167-5049-X

Heidorn, Keith. The Weather Doctor's almanac 2000.
Victoria, B.C.: Spectrum Educational Enterprises, 2000.

Old Saybrook, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press, 1999. (Basic essentials)

Kramer, Stephen P. Eye of the storm: chasing storms with Warren Faidley.
Photographs by Warren Faidley.
New York: G.P. Putnam's & Sons, 1997.
ISBN 0-399-23029-7

Lange, Owen S. The wind came all ways: a quest to understand the winds, waves and weather in the Georgia Basin.
Vancouver, B.C.: Environment Canada, Atmospheric Environment Service, 1998.
ISBN 0-660-17517-7.
Gov't Cat. No. En56-74 /1998E.

Lyons, Walter A. The handy weather answer book.
Detroit, MI: Visible Ink Press, 1997.
ISBN 0-7876-1034-8

Monmonier, Mark. Air apparent: how meteorologists learned to map, predict, and dramatize weather.
Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press, 1999.
ISBN 0-226-53422-7

Organisation météorologique mondiale. Une décennie contre les catastrophes.
Genève, Suisse: OMM, 1994. [OMM No. 799]
ISBN 92-63-20799-2

Organisation météorologique mondiale. En première ligne : Les services météorologiques publics.
Genève, Suisse: OMM, 1994. [OMM No. 816]
ISBN 92-63-20816-6

Organisation météorologique mondiale. Météo et sports.
Genève, Suisse: OMM, 1996. [OMM No. 835]
ISBN 92-63-20835-2

Organisation météorologique mondiale. Observer l'environnement de la planète : le temps, le climat, l'eau.
Genève, Suisse: OMM, 1994. [OMM No. 796]
ISBN 92-63-20796-8

Organisation météorologique mondiale. Le temps, le climat et la santé.
Genève, Suisse: OMM, 1999 (OMM No. 892)
ISBN 92-63-20892-1

Phillips, D.W. Blame it on the weather: strange Canadian weather facts.
Toronto, Ont.: Key Porter, 1998.
ISBN 1-55013-968-1

Phillips, D.W. Canadian weather trivia calendar.
Downsview, Ont.: Environment Canada, 2001.

Phillips, D.W. L'Almanach météorologique canadien.
Downsview, Ont.: Environment Canada, 2001.

Pielke, Roger A. Hurricanes: their nature and impacts on society.
Roger A. Pielke , Jr. and Roger A. Pielke, Sr.
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997.
ISBN 0-471-97354-8

Pommainville, Pierre. AWARE: aviation weather: playing by the rules.
[Saint-Laurent, Qué]: Environment Canada, Quebec Region, 1996.
ISBN 0-660-16445-0.
Gov't Cat. No. En56-84 /1996E.

Pommainville, Pierre. MÉTAVI : tout sur les règles du jeu en météo aviation.
[Saint-Laurent. Qué.]: Environnement Canada, Région du Québec, 1996.
ISBN 0-660-95253-X. Gov't Cat. No. En56-84 /1996F.

Posey, Carl A. The living earth book of wind & weather.
Pleasantville, NY; Montreal: Readers' Digest Association, Inc., 1994.
ISBN 0-89577-625-1

Reynolds, Ross. Cambridge guide to the weather.
Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
ISBN 0-521-77489-6

Rosenfeld, Jeffrey O. Eye of the storm: inside the world's deadliest hurricanes, tornadoes, and blizzards.
New York: Plenum Press, 1999.
ISBN 0-306-46014-9

Sorbjan, Zbigniew. Hands-on meteorology: Stories, theories and simple experiments.
Boston, Mass.: American Meteorological Society, 1996.
ISBN 1-87220-20-9

Soul of the sky: exploring the human side of weather. Edited and compiled by Dave Thurlow and C. Ralph Adler.
North Conway, NH: Mount Washington Observatory, 1999.
ISBN 0-931134-99-4

Stevens, William K. The change in the weather: people, weather, and the science of climate.
New York: Delacorte Press, 1999.
ISBN 0-385-32012-4

Stull, Roland B. Meteorology for scientists and engineers. 2nd ed.
Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Thomson Pub., 2000.
ISBN 0-534-37214-7

Verkaik, Arjen. Manuel de l'observateur de temps violent. Éd. Rev.
Elmwood, Ont.: Whirlwind Books, 2000.
ISBN 0-9681537-3-9

Verkaik, Arjen. Severe weather watcher handbook. Rev. ed.
Elmwood, Ont.:Whirlwind Books, 2000.
ISBN 0-968153702-0

Verkaik, Arjen. Le vent, les temps, les vagues : guides des conditions météorologiques maritimes sur les Grands Lacs. (Aussi inclus dans : La trousse d'information sur les conditions météorologiques maritimes sur les Grands Lacs pour la sécurité nautique).
Downsview, Ont; Hamilton, Ont.: Environnement Canada, Région de l'Ontario, 1998.
ISBN 0-660-95936-4.
Gov't Cat. No. En56-125 /2-1998F.

Verkaik, Arjen. Wind, weather & waves: a guide to marine weather in the Great Lakes region. (Also included with: The Great Lakes marine weather kit for safer boating).
Downsview, Ont.; Hamilton, Ont.: Environment Canada, Ontario Region, 1998.
ISBN 0-660-17436-7.
Gov't Cat. No. En56-125 /2-1998E.

Verkaik, Jerrine. Under the whirlwind: everything you need to know about tornadoes but didn't know who to ask.
Elmwood, Ont.: Whirlwind Books, 1997.
ISBN 0-9681537-0-4

Watts, Alan. The weather handbook. 2nd ed.
Dobbs Ferry, NY: Sheridan House, 1999.
ISBN 1-574-09081-X

Wheaton, Elaine. But it's a dry cold: weathering the Canadian Prairies.
ISBN 1-894004-01-9

Williams, Jack. The weather book. 2nd.ed.
New York: Vintage Books; Toronto: Random House of Canada, 1997.
ISBN 0-679776-65-6

World Meteorological Organization. Climate and human health.
Geneva, Switzerland: WMO, 1996. (WMO No. 843)
ISBN 92-63-10843-9

World Meteorological Organization. A Decade against natural disasters.
Geneva, Switzerland: WMO, 1994. [WMO No. 799] ISBN No. 92-63-10799-8

World Meteorological Organization. Observing the world's environment: weather, climate & water.
Geneva, Switzerland: WMO, 1994. [WMO No. 796] ISBN 92-63-10769-3

World Meteorological Organization. On the front line: Public Weather Services.
Geneva, Switzerland: WMO, 1994. (WMO No. 816) ISBN 92-63-10816-1

World Meteorological Organization. Weather and sports.
Geneva, Switzerland: WMO, 1996. (WMO No. 835) ISBN 92-63-10835-8

World Meteorological Organization. Weather, climate and health.
Geneva, Switzerland: WMO, 1999. (WMO No. 892) ISBN 92-63-10892-7

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