<PTen million Americans live in hurricane danger zones, but how do we know if or when to evacuate? We must predict both <Iwhen [/I]a storm will strike and <Ihow strong [/I]it will be. A daring NASA earth science mission may have finally found a way to crack this hurricane code. <PDr. Scott Braun is the principal investigator for the Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel mission (HS3), which flies repurposed military drone over hurricanes so that scientists can gather data. But the stakes are high and time is running out. <PIn the first Scientists in the Field book entirely about weather, meet the NASA team on the cutting edge of meteorological field science.
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Alicia is currently reading it May 21, 2017 VERDICT Well researched and engagingly written, this is an occasionally fascinating entry on hurricane prediction for middle schoolersShop Now Newsstand Newsstand NOOK Newsstand NOOK Magazines NOOK Newspapers All NOOK Periodicals Top Free Trials Special Issues Print Newsstand Over 900 Print Subscriptions Bestselling Subscriptions Subscriptions Under $10 NOOK Favorites Women's Magazines Men's Magazines Business Publications Print Favorites Women's Magazines Men's Magazines Save up to 90%! Save even more with an Annual Subscription Shop Now Teens Teens' Books Customer Favorites Bestsellers Adaptive Studios New Releases Coming Soon NOOK Books Popular Authors Cassandra Clare Victoria Aveyard Sarah Dessen John Green Sarah JThe photos were large and clear for the most part and the side bars weren't super distracting from the main text, and helped simplify some aspe I was utterly fascinated by this book.MsKids or anybody will learn a lot from this fantastic resource! flag Like see review super storm,May 17, 2017 Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: 2019-considerations This book has several positive features that make it a good nonfiction book: a few informative excerpts that do not interfere with the flow of the story, plenty of color photos that add to the story, a glossary, bibliography, and indexA closing chapter gives overviews of other cyclonic storms in recent history and suggests implications for the research in a broader context
Marcie Wessels added it May 25, 2017 May 14, 2017 Molly Dettmann rated it liked it Shelves: 2019-consideration I was utterly fascinated by this bookConnie Chu marked it as to-read May 10, 2017 But the stakes are high and time is running out.In the first Scientists in the Field book entirely about weather, meet the NASA team on the cutting edge of meteorological field scienceJones Building Parent Resource Library Childrens Museum of Houston Collier Regional Library Hillendahl Neighborhood Library Kendall Neighborhood Library McGovern-Stella Link Neighborhood Library Walter Neighborhood Library
dropsondesThough the story is occasionally unfocused, the bulk of the text outlines efforts to improve understanding of a hurricane's early stages using data gathered by a Global Hawk drone, a demonstration aircraft retired from the U.SJones Building Oak Forest Neighborhood Library Ring Neighborhood Library The Resource Eye of the storm : NASA, drones, and the race to crack the hurricane code, Amy Cherrix Eye of the storm : NASA, drones, and the race to crack the hurricane code, Amy Cherrix Creator Cherrix, Amy E Author Cherrix, Amy E Summary Describes the ways in which technology is being used to study hurricanes in order to predict both the timing and strength of these storms, focusing on NASA's Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel mission (HS3) mission that uses drone technology Language eng Work Publication Boston, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017 Extent 73 pages Contents Super storm The physics of formation A hurricane hunt begins Science in a fishbowl Understanding storms in the stratosphere Hurricane Edouard and the search for the holy grail Political storms Don't be scaredYen Press Manga: Buy 2, Get the 3rd Free Funko POP: Buy 1 Get 1 for 30% Off Explore The Trend Shop Explore Our Summer Reading Picks Membership Gift Cards Stores & Events Help BNLogo Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 lettersJana marked it as to-read Jan 20, 2017 Joyce marked it as to-read Mar 30, 2017 5d8a9798ff