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An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology, 5e

An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology, 5e

Written for  upper undergraduate and graduate-level students, An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology discusses the fundamental physics of atmospheric dynamics, with an emphasis on the theory of synoptic scale motions. Topics  include the planetary boundary layer, mesoscale circulations, tropical dynamics, and numerical modeling and prediction. MATLAB is used to solve end-of-chapter exercises throughout the text.

MATLAB and Partial Differential Equation Toolbox are used to solve numerous examples in the book.

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About This Book

James R. Holton, University of Washington
Gregory J. Hakim

Academic Press, 2012

ISBN: 978-0-12-384866-6
Language: English