Weather Analysis / Edition 1by Dusan Djuric
Pub. Date: 02/02/1994
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This text describes those tropospheric structures large enough to play a role in weather analysis — air masses and patterns in wind and other variables. Describes all important large-scale structures of the atmosphere — and their physical relationships; presents conceptual models of atmospheric phenomena and structures with schematic/b>/b>… See more details below
This text describes those tropospheric structures large enough to play a role in weather analysis — air masses and patterns in wind and other variables. Describes all important large-scale structures of the atmosphere — and their physical relationships; presents conceptual models of atmospheric phenomena and structures with schematic drawings and with examples on synoptic charts; provides relevant physical and mathematical description of basic interrelations. MARKETS:For courses in Weather Analysis, Weather Analysis and Forecasting, Synoptic Meteorology, Atmospheric Circulation Systems.
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- New Edition
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- 8.30(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.90(d)
Table of Contents
1. Conceptual Models of the Lower Atmosphere.
2. Characteristics of Meteorological Observations.
3. Patterns of Atmospheric Circulation.
5. Analysis of Vertical Soundings.
6. Thermal Properties of the Troposphere.
7. Relation of Wind and Forces in the Atmosphere.
9. Air Masses and Weather.
10. Cyclones and Anticyclones.
11. The Upper Troposphere and Jet Streams.
12. Mesoscale Storms.
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I first became acquainted with this text as a student of Dr. Djuric's during the early 1990s. Shortly thereafter, the very useful note set was published as a hardcover book. As a meteorologist, I can tell you there are few texts that combine so much practical information along side the science/math to back it up. Unlike other texts which may provide similar information, this is written at a simpler level. Anyone interested in weather forecasting can learn from this book...