Год издания: 2008
Издатель: Inc., Jones and Bartlett Publishers
Количество страниц: 211
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The state of the atmosphere influences the activities of modern society and the quality of life, which is evident in agricultural productivity, the health impact of exposure to gases, particles, and sunlight, and property damage associated with severe weather events. Principles of Atmospheric Science provides a comprehensive introduction to atmospheric science for undergraduate students in the physical sciences, as well as those seeking to understand how physics and chemistry manifest themselves in the atmospheric environment. The text presents atmospheric science as an application of fundamental scientific principles meshed with observation. The author identifies the fundamental concepts and principles related to atmospheric science, presenting students with a "big picture" approach to this fascinating field. Principles of Atmospheric Science will leave students with a firm grasp of the basic science that underlies the Earth's climate system.