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Author Libbrecht, Kenneth.

Title Snowflake : Winter's Frozen Artistry
Published Stillwater : Quayside Publishing Group, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (147 pages)
Summary Take a deeper look at the unique, hidden beauty of winter with the world's foremost snowflake expert. From ten thousand feet above the Earth, a snowflake begins its fall. Its journey starts when ice forms around a nucleus of dust and is blown by the winds through clouds where the crystals blossom into tiny ice stars. Because it weighs next to nothing, a snow crystal may take hours to fall--finally landing where Caltech physicist Kenneth Libbrecht can use microphotography to record the tiny, intricate, frozen artistry of the snowflake. In The Snowflake: Winter's Frozen Artistry, Libbrecht teams
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Subject Snow.
Snowflakes -- Pictorial works
Genre/Form Pictorial works.
Form Electronic book
Author Wing, Rachel.
ISBN 1627887334