Wind Studies

TexasTightwad

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I found the kite flying one decently infomative, bit the meteorological lecture one not so much. But then again, it dealt with mountains mostly, and there are none near me, so someone in a mountainous region might get more out of it.
 

Skookum

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I found the kite flying one decently infomative, bit the meteorological lecture one not so much. But then again, it dealt with mountains mostly, and there are none near me, so someone in a mountainous region might get more out of it.
Yeah, they weren't obviously written for shooters, but there is good info to glean from the illustrations especially. If you know of any other good ones, post them up. I'll steal from anywhere I can.:)
 
#5
That kite one was great, haven't read #2 yet. I like the examples he gives and the pictures. I can't tell you how many times I've heard people say "Wind is like water" and they leave it at that. Best bits were wind shadows and compressed air around hills.
 
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