Essentials of Meteorology: An Invitation to the Atmosphere
This updated and enhanced sixth edition of ESSENTIALS OF METEOROLOGY is written by the widely read and authoritative author in introductory meteorology--Donald Ahrens. Ahrens's ability to explain relatively complicated ideas in a student-friendly, manageable fashion allows even non-science students to visualize the principles of meteorology. ESSENTIALS OF METEOROLOGY, Sixth Edition, is completely updated with over 250 new images and figures and the latest research and coverage.
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Humidity Condensation and Clouds
Cloud Development and Precipitation
Air Pressure and Winds
Air Masses Fronts and MiddleLatitude Cyclones
Thunderstorms and Tornadoes
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