2 edition of Field guide to snow crystals found in the catalog.
Field guide to snow crystals
Edward R. LaChapelle
|Statement||Edward R. LaChapelle.|
|LC Classifications||QC929.S7 L3 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||2001424168|
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, (childrens' book) LaChapelle, Edward R. Field guide to snow crystals. Seattle, University of Washington Press, All About Snow, everything about snow brought to you by the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC): Q&A, Interesting facts, snow terminology, and snow . Field Guide to the San Andreas Fault See and touch the world's most famous fault on one of twelve easy day trips between Cape Mendocino and the Mexican Border. The book includes mile-by-mile road logs, GPS coordinates for hundreds of fault features and accurate fault coordinates (± ft).
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This discovery led him to write this "Field Guide to Snow Crystals" to explain the basics of snow crystal identification and metamorphism to interested laypersons. In this case, "snow crystal" includes what is commonly called a "snowflake".
So if you are interested in understanding snowflakes, this book is Cited by: This discovery led him to write this "Field Guide to Snow Crystals" to explain the basics of snow crystal identification and metamorphism to interested laypersons.
In this case, "snow crystal" includes what is commonly called a "snowflake". So if you are interested in understanding snowflakes, this book is for you. The field guide has three parts/5(6). The next time the forecast calls for snow, you can grab this snowflake field guide and explore the natural beauty of Field guide to snow crystals book as they fall around you.
Thanks to this book, you'll predict when the most beautiful crystals are likely to fall, and you'll know how you can best observe and photograph them/5(43). This discovery led him to write this "Field Guide to Snow Crystals" to explain the basics of snow crystal identification and metamorphism to interested laypersons.
In this case, "snow crystal" includes what is commonly called a "snowflake". So if you are interested in understanding snowflakes, this book is for you.
The field guide has three parts/5. This pocket-size field guide to snowflakes is perfect for science- and weather-loving readers who are curious about these beautiful ice crystals.
Snowflakes begin as water vapor in the air. Just add a pinch of dust, an icy-cold temperature and, like magic, you've got a delicate, crystalline snowflake/5.
* Ken Libbrecht's Field Guide to Snowflakes is a small book that's packed with information. It describes all the different types of snowflakes in glorious detail.
A smaller book, the Field Guide describes all the different types of snowflakes and snow crystals you are likely to find falling from the clouds. Read this book and you will be a snowflake expert.
With just a simple magnifier and a quiet winter snowfall, you too can see for yourself the amazing variety of snowflake forms. Field Guide to Snow Crystals by Edward R. Lachapelle () Paperback – Jan.
1 out of 5 stars 4 ratings See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(4). Although no two snowflakes are exactly alike, snow crystal forms usually fall into several broad categories. You can find a more descriptive guide in the book – The Snowflake: Winter’s Secret Beauty.
Stellar Dendrites Dendrite means "tree-like", which describes the multi-branched appearance of these snow Size: 93KB. Ken Libbrecht's Field Guide to Snowflakes. Click on the link to see the book on Amazon, including a look inside. If you would like to learn more about snowflakes, and what kinds of crystals can be found, this is the book for you.
It makes a great gift for anyone who enjoys the outdoors as well. The next time the forecast calls for snow, you can grab this snowflake field guide and explore the natural beauty of snowflakes as they fall around you.
Thanks to this book, you'll predict when the most beautiful crystals are likely to fall, and you'll know how you can best observe and photograph them. Field guide to snow crystals. [Edward R LaChapelle] -- Explains what observer actually sees with naked eye or hand lens, and how snow developed thus.
The way the book is arranged starts off with simple snow crystal structure; a plate-like hexagon with maybe a tiny pattern inlaid. It slowly progresses through thousands of snowflakes, from simplest to intricate doily-like flakes/5. The book can easily be taken out into the field as a portable guide to help you identify your rocks, gems and minerals.
One of the best things about this book, and why it makes it onto the best rockhounding books for list, is because it describes all of the rocks in gems in many different variations, colors and crystal forms.
Field Guide to Snow Crystals (Book): LaChapelle, Edward R.: Anyone who has ever scooped up a handful of snow and looked closely at the individual crystals of which it.
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The introductory text covers the technique of photographing snow crystals, classification, the fundamentals of crystallography, and markings.
There are also brief discussions of the nature and cause of ice flowers, windowpane frost, dew, rime, sleet, and graupel.5/5(3).Understanding the ever-changing state of snow while traveling in the backcountry is key. This kit contains a field book to record all of your observations, a lightweight inclinometer – slope meter – to gauge the pitch of your line, a folding 10x magnifying loupe for up close view of snow crystals, an analog thermometer to measure snow temperature, a snow crystal card for studying snow.* Nearly snowflake photographs – some of the best snowflake photographs ever taken!
* Numerous full-page high-resolution images that reveal the minute details of snow crystal design and structure. * A richly illustrated “field guide to falling snow” that describes the different kinds of snowflakes.