Physics of Climate

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American Institute of Physics, 1992 - Science - 520 pages
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"A superb reference." Physics Today "Will become a classic text in climate research. " Physics World "Valuable to anyone who studies, models, or uses the climate of the earth." Walter Robinson, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society "Informative and authoritative on a remarkably wide range of topics." Nature Are we entering a period of global warming? Is weather predictable? Physics of Climate offers you an in-depth description of atmospheric circulation and how environmental phenomena worldwide interact in a single, unified system. This integrated approach unites all the key features of the climate system--oceans, atmosphere, and cryosphere--to explain the structure and behavior of climate over time. Ideal for students and professionals in meteorology, oceanography, geophysics, and physics.

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When I heard about the subject of Meteorology in 1989 , I searched a lot for scientific explanations
with mathematical , physical and statistical laws and rules. This is a wonderful book from
wonderful authors with great scientific temper to explain the weather in a global general circulation way.
Since weather is not obey the geographical or political boundaries.
This book explains the climate more mathematics and physics way not in statistical way
 

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