An Introduction to Atmospheric Thermodynamics
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- Author: Anastasios Tsonis, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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This is a self-contained, concise, rigorous book introducing the reader to the basics of atmospheric thermodynamics, and the author is a highly respected researcher in this field. This new edition has been brought completely up to date and reorganized to improve the quality and flow of the material. Each chapter contains worked examples and student exercises, making this an ideal text for short undergraduate courses taken as part of an atmospheric science, meteorology, physics or natural science program. Solutions available to lecturers.Read more
- Has been completely updated and reorganised to greatly improve the quality and flow of the material
- Tailored to suit short undergraduate courses
- Author is a highly respected researcher and has taught atmospheric thermodynamics at undergraduate level for over 20 years
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"...clear and well laid out... Each of the ten chapters builds on the previous one, allowing the book to be worked through systematically. Each chapter contains useful worked examples in addition to a number of problems.... Recommended." - R.J. Barthelmie, CHOICESee more reviews
"...the author talks to the sutdents without sacrificing rigor. He has included many good examples at the end of each chapter; these examples are, so to speak, application notes...problems are given too, to tease and torture the students. In general, the pace is unhurried and unforbidding...the book has a niche as a first exposure beyond basic physics to the marvelous complexities of the gaseous atmosphere." --Bulletin of American Meteorological Society
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Date Published: October 2007
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511332241
- contains: 45 b/w illus. 91 exercises
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
1. Basic definitions
2. Some useful mathematical and physical topics
3. Early experiments and laws
4. The first law of thermodynamics
5. The second law of thermodynamics
6. Water and its transformations
7. Moist air
8. Vertical stability in the atmosphere
9. Thermodynamic diagrams
10. Beyond this book
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