The atmosphere: an introduction to meteorology

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - Science - 434 pages
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Traditional in both structure and approach, this book offers a current and comprehensive introduction to the atmosphere, its components, problems, and applications.Poviding a strong emphasis on readability, this book was substantially rewritten with the aim of producing a user-friendly book. Coverage includes sections on World Distribution of Temperature and Cycles of Air Temperature, a section on Humidity, and a section on How Do We Detect Climate Change. Strong, updated examples of environmental issues, such as ozone depletion, global warming, acid rain, and air pollution, allow instructors to demonstrate relevance of the subject matter.

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Review: The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology (10th Edition)

User Review  - Lili Mirafzal - Goodreads

a question of writers: I had translated the book to farsi (persian),the 7th/e, but has not published yet. i want to revise it for the 12th/e; can i publish it, using images and graphs? how can i pay for it; i live in Iran & i have no international credit card. please let me have your helps. Read full review

Review: The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology (10th Edition)

User Review  - Roy Huff - Goodreads

This is definitely a niche book. If you like science, weather, or the atmosphere this is an excellent read. It's straightforward and easy to follow. A textbook for sure, but it is easy enough to ... Read full review


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Lutgens-Illinois Central College

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