The Inconstant Air
Traces the history of man's attempt to understand climate and weather, explaining how meterological data is collected. Explains the meteorologist's use of balloons, rockets and satellites in his study of the atmosphere.
Lothar Wolff; Michael Roemer; Mark Isaacs; Stanley Ruttenberg; William H. Terry; Ed Packer; Georges Klotz; Dr. Herman Newstein; Philip Stapp; Roy Brubaker; William O. Field; Robert Gaffney; John McFall; John Horton; Jan Hahn; Anthony Gulla
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center; The National Academy of Sciences; WGBH-TV
Meteorology; Earth science
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