The Handbook of Meteorology
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The work consists of concise chapters covering every aspect of meteorology, including the elements of weather, the atmosphere, precipitation and moisture, radiation, the seasons, microclimates, and weather forecasting. From Booklist Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it. Now Scarecrow Press has done something about it by publishing The Handbook of Meteorology. This reference-y title is an introduction to the concepts and theory behind daily weather. The writing is very idiosyncratic and folksy, which is rare for a scientific work but welcome. For those used to the full-color graphics and
It is a comprehensive reference for any budding meteorologist or environmental professional in the field, laboratory, or classroom.. TheHandbook of Meteorology gives specialists and non-specialists alike a clear understanding of the way our weather functions. The Handbook of Meteorology provides a condensed but all-inclusive broad sweep of meteorology, employing several illustrations to translate detailed technical information into terms that everyone can follow and readily refer to. It provides scientific answers to ques
Douglas said The Handbook of Meterorology. To be perfectly honest, this book was a big disappointment. I was expecting much more considering that it bills itself as a "handbook".
He is formerly an assistant professor of environmental health at Old Dominion University.. He has served as a consultant for the U.S. Frank R. Spellman is the author or co-author of more than 70 books on the natural sciences, as well as environmental and health sciences. Department of Justice, a variety of law firms, and a number of non-governmental organizations on environmental issues and health-related matters