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A Wet Look at Climate Change: Hurricanes to House Mites

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A Wet Look at Climate Change: Hurricanes to House Mites
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740300635
Number of pages: 91

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'A Wet Look at Climate Change' introduces the basics about moisture in air, which is the driving force for our weather. The subsequent chapters cover a range of everyday examples showing the impact these weather changes have around our home, garden and workplace.

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