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Extreme Weather free pdf Flash floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes, mudslides, thunderstorms, and wildfires - these devastating events are happening around the world at an alarming rate. As a Meteorologist on CNN and HLN, Bonnie Schneider reports on these natural disasters, explaining when they're likely to strike, and telling viewers how to respond when they do. In Extreme Weather, Schneider distills that information into a guide for readers. She interviews experts from a wide variety of agencies - including FEMA and NOAA - to provide a comprehensive understanding of the science behind weather patterns and the latest thinking on how to act in dangerous conditions. Ranging from topics that cover every season and every climate, Schneider introduces the reader to the best course of action during weather emergencies, including: *how to handle extreme weather scenarios in your car, outside, on a boat or at home*how to prepare for potential dangers, such as deadly lightning, when planning a camping trip, vacation or sports outing*what you need to have at home to protect against floods, earthquakes, or severe storms*how to protect your home from rapidly spreading wildfire*how to create a family evacuation plan for different emergencies*making sure your beloved pet is taken care of in time of disasterDrawing on actual survivor stories, "Extreme Weather" reminds readers that disaster can strike at any time, changing your life forever.*making sure your beloved pet is taken care of in time of disaster Drawing on actual survivor stories, "Extreme Weather" reminds readers that disaster can strike at any time, changing your life forever.

About Bonnie Schneider

Bonnie Schneider is a meteorologist who appears on the various media platforms of CNN and HLN. She has also reported for local television stations around the country. Schneider holds the American Meteorological Society's Seal of Approval for excellence in weather broadcasting. She is a graduate of Boston University and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Author : Bonnie Schneider
Publisher : St. Martin's Press
Data Published :
ISBN : 1137000287
EAN : 9781137000286
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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