Extreme Canadian Weather

Extreme Canadian Weather

Freakish Storms and Unexpected Disasters

Book - 2005
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Weather is the quintessential Canadian story. Despite it's characterization in the rest of the world as a land of bush and blizzards, Canada is a country of geographical and climatic variations. It experiences just about every type of extreme weather possible - tornadoes, droughts, dust storms, ice storms, hail storms, hurricanes, floods - in addition to lots of snowstorms. The weather is rarely boring and there are times when it has been so extreme, it has surprised everyone.

Publisher: Canmore, Alta. : Altitude Pub. Canada, 2005.
ISBN: 9781551539492
1551539497
Characteristics: 143 p. :,ill., map ;,22 cm.

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