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by Alfred B. Bortz,J. Marshall Shepherd,Fred Bortz


Fred Bortz has a doctorate in physics and has written eight books about science for children.

Fred Bortz has a doctorate in physics and has written eight books about science for children. USA Today 2000-05-10). Based on the award-winning science fair project by coauthor and NASA meteorologist, J. Marshall Shepherd, Dr. Fred's Weather Watch will lead you step-by-step to building a blue ribbon weather station of your own. Learn how to: Make aaccurate weather forecasts.

FRED'S WEATHER WATCH: CREATE AND RUN YOUR OWN WEATHER STATION by Fred Bortz, P. and J. Marshall Shepherd, P. Dedication: To Eliana and Elon, May your lives be brightened with the sunshine of love. May your minds be nourished by the gentle rain of wisdom. May your courage be forged in the struggles of stormy days. May your spirits soar on the breeze of Shalom. To Arissa, Anderson, and all future "weather weenies" like me. - -.

Fred's Weather Watch book. Here he shows kids how to predict the weather in their own backyards - using simple, inexpensive, self-built me The how-to book for junior meteorologists

Fred's Weather Watch book. The how-to book for junior meteorologists  . Here he shows kids how to predict the weather in their own backyards - using simple, inexpensive, self-built me The how-to book for junior meteorologists. Few science writers are as child-friendly as Dr. Fred Bortz, whose previous books for young readers have been praised as "solid and intriguing" (Booklist) and "fascinating and thought-provoking" (School Library Journal).

Few science writers are as child-friendly as Dr. Fred Bortz, whose previous books for young . Fred Bortz, whose previous books for young readers have been praised a. .Leads you step-by-step to building a blue ribbon weather station of your own. This work enables you to learn how to: make accurate weather forecasts; build a rain gauge, barometer, and other weather instruments from things you have around the house; and, keep and use a weather log just like a real meteorologist. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Dr. Fred's Weather Watch: Create and Run you Own Weather Station as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Dr. Fred's Weather Watch: Create and Run you Own Weather Station. by. Fred Bortz, J. Marshall Shepherd.

Homepage for children's author Fred Bortz including author school visit information, science . Your back yard or school can become a weather station and the headquarters of your very own Neighborhood Weather Watch

Homepage for children's author Fred Bortz including author school visit information, science questions, children's books, young adult books, science books, teachers books, environment. Your back yard or school can become a weather station and the headquarters of your very own Neighborhood Weather Watch. This book aims to help young people, teachers, and parents become amateur weather scientists. It explains how to gather and use information about the basic condition of the atmosphere, just as professional meteorologists do.

Fred's Weather Watch: Create and Run Your Own Weather Station. Coauthors & Alternates. by Alfred B. Bortz, J. Marshall Shepherd, Fred Bortz. ISBN 9780071347990 (978-0-07-134799-0) Softcover, McGraw-Hill, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Dr. Fred's Weather Watch: Create and Run Your Own Weather Station'. Learn More at LibraryThing.

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This how-to book for junior meteorologists shows kids how to predict weather in their own backyards! This copy is signed by co-author Dr. Marshall Shepherd, host of Wx Geeks on The Weather Channel. 00 (9 bids) Highest Bid By: OddballExtreme Value: N/A. Item Sold. Watch This Item Ask a Question. Other Social Networks.

The how-to book for junior meteorologists. Few science writers are as child-friendly as Dr. Fred Bortz, whose previous books for young readers have been praised as "solid and intriguing" (Booklist) and "fascinating and thought-provoking" (School Library Journal). Here he shows kids how to predict the weather in their own backyards - using simple, inexpensive, self-built meteorological instruments that add up to a fully operational weather station. Based on a state science fair winner, this project can easily be adpated by weather-loving readers for their own school fairs. Or they can simply enjoy the book's wealth of fun weather facts, simple explanations of weather concepts, and additional guidance for online research.

Dr. Fred's Weather Watch: Create and Run Your Own Weather Station epub download

ISBN13: 978-0071347990

ISBN: 0071347992

Author: Alfred B. Bortz,J. Marshall Shepherd,Fred Bortz

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Education & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (March 13, 2000)

Pages: 98 pages

ePUB size: 1749 kb

FB2 size: 1671 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 635

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I found this small book clearly written and filled with useful information and do-able hands-on projects. On one recent visit with my grandsons, we together built the barometer and used it to measure atmospheric pressure forecasting a storm. We are looking forward to constructing the remaining instruments to complete our weather station.
Ynonno
I found this small book clearly written and filled with useful information and do-able hands-on projects. On one recent visit with my grandsons, we together built the barometer and used it to measure atmospheric pressure forecasting a storm. We are looking forward to constructing the remaining instruments to complete our weather station.
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