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Tagsmeteorology (760), weather (333), United States (155), history (144), oceanography (117), climatology (112), climate (106), rbc (86), textbooks (85), forecasting (76) — see all tags

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About meThe John C. Freeman Weather Museum in Houston, Texas exists to inform the public about weather education and safety. Exhibits allow guests to study varying climates, hurricanes, tornadoes, historical items and engage in actual scientific experiments. You can even do live forecasting just like the pros in our weather studio!

About my libraryThe Library and Data Center contain very unique collections of expert weather-related research, books, journals and other items.

This is a non-circulating collection, but you are welcome to view it in person by appointment. Members of The John C. Freeman Weather Museum have priority status for library use. Email us for hours and details.

****To Weather Museum Library Users**** You can view our collection by clicking the link that says "see library" just to the left of the globe picture on this page. To view the books by subject, click the link that says "tag cloud" just above the globe picture on this page.

GroupsAtmospheric science, Houstonians, Librarians who LibraryThing, Museum!


Real nameThe Weather Museum

LocationHouston, Texas

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Member sinceNov 8, 2006

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