Lightning: Physics and Effects
This is the first book to cover essentially all aspects of lightning, including lightning physics, lightning protection, and the interaction of lightning with a variety of objects and systems as well as with the environment. Accessible to the technical non-expert, it is addressed to anyone interested in lightning and its effects. This will include physicists, engineers working in the power, communications, computer, and aviation industries, meteorologists, atmospheric chemists, foresters, ecologists, physicians, and architects. Highly illustrated and containing an extensive bibliography, this book can also be used as a graduate text.
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