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  4. <h1> Required Textbook </h1>
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  16. <h2> Meteorology: Understanding the Atmosphere </h2>
  17. <h3> Second Edition </h3>
  18. <h2> Stephen A Ackerman &amp; John A Knox </h2>
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  20. <B> Audience: </B>
  21. Meteorology students (undergraduate level)
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  23. <P>
  24. <B> Contents: </B>
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  26. 1. Introduction to the Atmosphere.
  27. 2. The Energy Cycle.
  28. 3. Temperature.
  29. 4. Water in the Atmosphere.
  30. 5. Observing the Atmosphere.
  31. 6. Atmospheric Forces and Wind.
  32. 7. Global-Scale Winds.
  33. 8. Atmosphere?Ocean Interactions: El Niñnd Tropical Cyclones.
  34. 9. Air Masses and Fronts.
  35. 10. Extratropical Cyclones And Anticyclones.
  36. 11. Thunderstorms and Tornadoes.
  37. 12. Small-Scale Winds.
  38. 13. Weather Forecasting.
  39. 14. Past and Present Climates.
  40. 15. Human Influences on Climate.
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  48. <li> Hardbound, ISBN: 0-12-732951-X, 504 pages
  49. <li> Publication date: 2006
  50. <li> Publisher: Academic Press
  51. <li> Price:
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  53.     <li> GBP 39.99
  54.     <li> EUR 57.95
  55.     <li> USD 59.95
  56.     </ul>
  57. </ul>
  58.  
  59. <h4> Further information from the publisher:
  60. <a href="http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/706883/description">
  61. Elsevier </a> </h4>
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  84. <h2> An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology </h2>
  85. <h3> Fourth Edition </h3>
  86. <h2> James Holton </h2>
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  88.  
  89. <B> Audience: </B>
  90. Senior and Graduate Students in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science,
  91. as well as atmospheric scientists desiring a broad overview of dynamical meteorology.
  92. </h4>
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  94. <P>
  95. <B>Contents: </B>
  96. 1. Introduction
  97. 2. The Basic Conservation Laws
  98. 3. Elementary Applications of the Basic Equations
  99. 4. Circulation and Vorticity
  100. 5. The Planetary Boundary Layer
  101. 6. Synoptic Scale Motions I: Quasi-geostrophic Analysis
  102. 7. Atmospheric Oscillations: Linear Perturbation Theory
  103. 8. Extratropical Synoptic Scale Motions II: Baroclinic Instability
  104. 9. Mesoscale Circulations
  105. 10. The General Circulation
  106. 11. Tropical Dynamics
  107. 12. Middle Atmosphere Dynamics
  108. 13. Numerical Prediction
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  111. <li> Hardbound, ISBN: 0-12-354015-1, 535 pages,
  112. <li> Publication date: 2004
  113. <li> Publisher: Elsevier
  114. <li> Price:
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  116.     <li> GBP 39.99
  117.     <li> EUR 57.95
  118.     <li> USD 64.95
  119.     </ul>
  120. </ul>
  121.  
  122. <h4>
  123. Further information from the publisher:
  124. <a href="http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/675871/description">
  125. Elsevier
  126. </a>
  127. </h4>
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  151. <h2> Atmospheric Modeling, Data Assimilation and Predictability </h2>
  152. <h2> Eugenia Kalnay </h2>
  153. </center>
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  156. <B>Contents: </B>
  157. 1. Historical overview
  158. 2. The continuous equations
  159. 3. Discretization of the equations
  160. 4. Introduction to the parameterizations of subgrid-scale physical processes
  161. 5. Data assimilation
  162. 6. Atmospheric predictability and ensemble forecasting.
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  166. <li> Paperback (ISBN-13: 9780521796293 | ISBN-10: 0521796296)
  167. <li> Also available in Hardback
  168. <li> Publication date: 2002
  169. <li> Publisher: Cambridge
  170. <li> Price: GBP 35.00
  171. </ul>
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  173. <h4>
  174. Further information from the publisher:
  175. <a href="http://www.cambridge.org/0521796296">
  176. Cambridge University Press</a>
  177. </h4>
  178.  
  179. <P>
  180. <B> Review </B> by Peter Lynch, for Met &Eacute;ireann Staff Magazine
  181. <a href="Kalnay-Review.pdf">Splanc</a>.
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