Webinar #12 - Thursday, November 8, 2012
Weather Optics - "There are more 'bows' in the sky than just rainbows"
Grant Goodge - Earth Resources Technology, Inc., Laurel, Maryland
This webinar will provide an overview of weather optics and will show many examples of these wonderful phenomena.
"If one takes time to look there are many
beautiful displays of light that are formed by the light bent as it
passes through or reflected from both rain drops and ice crystals. Most
of these are seen during the day, but some are also seen at night when
the moon is more than half full. Even though the Northern Lights are
not produced from sunlight or moonlight, they can also bring great
pleasure to the observer.
View the Webinar by clicking here: http://youtu.be/YsAMczq79nA
Atmospheric Halos (2006) -- Walter Tape and Jarmo Molianen
Rainbows, Halos and Glories (1980) -- Robert Greenler
Clouds of the World (1972) -- Richard Scorer
Field Guide to North American Weather (1991) -- David Ludlum
Wild About Weather (2004) -- Edward Brotak
The Snowflake, Snowflakes and Field Guide to Snowflakes (2003) -- Kenneth Libbrecht
The Weather Book (1997) -- Jack Williams (USA Today