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    Nature – Meteorology

    1. Atmospheric Science: This article provides a comprehensive view of the atmospheric sciences, which involve the study of the Earth’s atmosphere including its processes and its effects on the various weather phenomena observed.
    2. Meteorological Instruments: An overview of the tools used in meteorology such as thermometers, barometers, anemometers, hygrometers and radar, explaining both their operation and their role in weather prediction.
    3. Weather Patterns and Systems: An in-depth analysis of global weather patterns and systems, including pressure systems, fronts, cyclones, anti-cyclones, and how they shape the world’s climates and weather events.
    4. Climate Zones: This article deals with the different climate zones across the earth – Polar, Temperate and Tropical, and the unique meteorological characteristics of each.
    5. Weather Forecasting: Examines the science and methodology behind predicting weather changes, including the technology used in the 90s, the role of satellite data and the fundamental principles of weather prediction.
    6. Storms and Severe Weather Events: An exploration into the formation and impact of various severe weather phenomena such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes and blizzards. It includes their causes, their prediction, and their potential effects.
    7. Clouds and Precipitation: A deep dive into the formation, classification, and roles of clouds and precipitation in the weather cycle, including their relationship to atmospheric conditions.
    8. Global Warming and Greenhouse Effect: A thorough discussion on the controversial subject of global warming, the greenhouse effect and their impact on weather patterns, climate change, and implications for future weather trends.
    9. El Niño and La Niña Phenomena: A detailed explanation of these complex climate-linked Pacific Ocean phenomena, their causes, their prediction, and their global meteorological effects.
    10. Meteorology History: A retrospection of the evolution of meteorology as a scientific field, from ancient weather prediction techniques to the advanced meteorological studies of the 1990s.