When Nature Strikes: Weather Disasters and the Law
Both law and weather affect us every day of our modern lives, yet most people do not know how the weather has affected developments in the law, nor are they aware of how the law has attempted to develop ways to affect the weather. When Nature Strikes is the first book to examine the various areas in which law and weather meet and affect each other. This one-of-a-kind work describes the law related to weather in the United States in the context of specific cases, legislation, and administrative legal action.
Baum, Marsha. "When Nature Strikes: Weather Disasters and the Law." (2007): 227 pages. http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/law_facbookdisplay/90