Absorbing, up-to-date monograph by expert sets forth most of what has been learned about lightning, augmented with a generous selection of diagrams, charts, and photographs. Appendices on electromagnetics, statistics, and experimental techniques help clarify some of the concepts covered in the text. ... read more
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Absorbing, up-to-date monograph by expert sets forth most of what has been learned about lightning, augmented with a generous selection of diagrams, charts, and photographs. Appendices on electromagnetics, statistics, and experimental techniques help clarify some of the concepts covered in the text. 144 illustrations. Appendices. Index.
Reprint of the Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, Florida, 1987 edition.
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