stern and the potentially deadly slicing of the propeller and instead turned toward the bow. As he kicked and stroked, he could feel his power diminish with each move and realized he had only a few more minutes of strength left before ...
Author: Michael J. Tougias
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Chronicles the dramatic true account of the crews of the fishing vessels Fair Wind and Sea Fever, who in 1980 were caught by a deadly Cape Cod storm that resulted in a tenacious three-day struggle for survival. Reprint.
He explained that the National Weather Service had underestimated the severity of the storm, and that the buoys at Georges Bank and the Gulf of Maine had not been operational at the time of the storm. #56 The Coast Guard investigation ...
Author: Everest Media,
Publisher: Everest Media LLC
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 Ernie was a lobster fisherman, and he was happy with his life. He had a good relationship with his crew, and he always looked out for them. One night, they were all drinking together when they decided to go out and catch some swordfish. They never expected to be boarded by pirates, but that’s exactly what happened. #2 Ernie was a lobster fisherman, and he was happy with his life. He had a good relationship with his crew, and he always looked out for them. One night, they were all drinking together when they decided to go out and catch some swordfish. They never expected to be boarded by pirates, but that’s exactly what happened. #3 Ernie was a lobster fisherman, and he was happy with his life. He had a good relationship with his crew, and he always looked out for them. One night, they were all drinking together when they decided to go out and catch some swordfish. They never expected to be boarded by pirates, but that’s exactly what happened. #4 Ernie was a lobster fisherman, and he was happy with his life. One night, the four men went out to catch some swordfish. They were boarded by pirates, but they formed a tight bond and were able to work together to escape.
Background and Impetus for Change Measured in terms of socioeconomic impact , flash and river floods are one of the most devastating and deadly weather - related hazards . For the 30 - year period ending in 1995 , floods have claimed an ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science. Subcommittee on Energy and EnvironmentPublish On: 1996
has demonstrated the great diversity and severity of lifethreatening weather events this Nation experiences . Some of the most deadly weather events -- such as tornadoes , severe thunderstorms , and flash floods -- are also the most ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science. Subcommittee on Energy and Environment
I choked on a sob and threw my arms around his neck, clinging to him, and willing him to stay next to me where I could try to keep him safe. New York Times bestselling author VICTORIA LAURIE Deadly Forecast A.
Author: Victoria Laurie
Clairvoyant private eye Abigail Cooper is excited to marry her beau, but planning the affair has never been her first love. So when Abby hears of a case involving a missing young mother, she’s ready to escape the world of wedding details and engage in some serious psychic sleuthing. TROUBLE CAN COME IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE…. When a mysterious client approaches Abby about a young mother who’s vanished, Abby is more than willing to get involved. After all, it’s the perfect distraction from dealing with the headache of her sister, Cat—who has flown into town and turned Abby and Dutch’s impending nuptials into Weddingpalooza. After Abby recruits her business partner and BFF, Candice, to assist, they meet with the parents of the missing woman. But the parents refuse to put their faith in a psychic. What’s worse, the family suspects Abby has a connection to their daughter’s husband—the man they believe to be responsible for her disappearance. With the family blind to the truth and a potential killer in her sights, Abby is determined to keep her eyes wide open….
... these the NOAA National events translate into considerable loss Severe Storms Laboraof life and annual property damages tory ( NSSL ) and the estimated in billions of dollars . WSR - 88D Operational The most deadly weather events- ...
Author: United States. Federal Aviation AdministrationPublish On:
A WEATHER VISION TO SUPPORT IMPROVED CAPACITY , EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY OF THE AIR SPACE SYSTEM IN THE TWENTY - FIRST CENTURY ... smallest , and most deadly weather phenomena -the microburst - was virtually unavailable a decade ago .
Author: United States. Federal Aviation Administration
Look for these storms to spawn deadly twisters and ignite wildfires capable of destroying millions of acres of forest, ... Killer tornadoes — including, said the forecast, "at least 12 super twisters" - will rip the Midwest, ...
Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub www.weeklyworldnews.com is a leading entertainment news site.
Author: Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., MehdiPublish On: 2001-07-01
When the reorganization is completed in the year 2000, the NWS will have approximately 120 local weather forecast offices ... to help its forecasters effectively use the new technologies and data to better predict deadly weather events.
Author: Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., Mehdi
Publisher: IGI Global
Collaborative Information Technologies are broadly defined as technologies that enable collaboration among individuals engaged in a common task. Examples of such technologies are Web-based chat tools, Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, etc. Collaborative Information Technologies includes research on the design and implementation of such technologies, assessment of the impact of collaborative technologies on organizations, and theoretical considerations on links between collaborative technologies and organizational outcomes.
Flash floods are widely recognized as one of the most devastating and deadly weather - related hazards and a challenging operational forecast problem . Flash flooding occurs in all 50 states at all times of the year .