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Meteorology for Scientists and Engineers

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By: Roland B Stull
502 pages, Figs, tabs
Meteorology for Scientists and Engineers
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  • Meteorology for Scientists and Engineers ISBN: 9780534372149 Paperback Jan 2000 Out of Print #112987
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The new edition of this text addresses the needs of professors to quantify the concepts in Ahrens by providing the mathematical equations needed for a more detailed understanding of weather. The organization maps directly to Ahrens, making Stull the perfect companion. It is not a lab manual nor a workbook, but it does contain numerous solved problems which students can solve. The text demonstrates how to use equations by including numerous solved examples that demonstrate with mathematics (algebra, geometry, trigonometry and finite differential equations but not calculus) the dominant characteristics of certain atmospheric phenomena and processes.

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1. The Atmosphere 2. Heat 3. Temperature 4. Optics 5. Moisture 6. Clouds 7. Stability 8. Precipitation 9. Dynamics 10. Local Winds 11. Global Circulation 12. Air Masses and Fronts 13. Cyclones 14. Numerical Weather Prediction 15. Thunderstorms 16. Hurricanes 17. Air Pollution 18. Climate Change Appendices.

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Textbook Out of Print
By: Roland B Stull
502 pages, Figs, tabs
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