Ce this book was published After readong this I feel I have a better understanding in the tradeoffs made when choosing how to style meteorological maps and I certainly am grateful for the availability of modern technology. E cases enlightening Joe Venuti Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyMonmonier is solid enough in his discussion of geographic and meteorological information to satisfy the experienced weather watcher But even if this information were not presented in and meteorological information to satisfy the experienced weather watcher But even if this information were not presented in a lively and engaging manner it would still hook most any reader who checks the weather map every morning or who sits happily entranced through a full cycle
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