Fundamentals Of Atmospheric Modeling

Author: Mark Z. Jacobson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521548656
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This edition includes a wide range of new numerical techniques for solving problems in areas such as cloud microphysics, ocean-atmosphere exchange processes and atmospheric radiative properties.

Fundamentals Of Atmospheric Physics

Author: Murry L. Salby
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080532152
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The text unifies four major subject areas: atmospheric thermodynamics, hydrostatic equilibrium and stability, atmospheric radiation and clouds, and atmospheric dynamics.

Atmospheric Circulation Dynamics And General Circulation Models

Author: Masaki Satoh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642135749
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This book describes the fundamentals of atmospheric dynamics, the theories
behind atmospheric circulation structures, and modeling of the general
circulation and its applications. It consists of three parts: I, II, and III. Part I
summarizes the principle ideas of atmospheric dynamics. Part II describes the
theories of atmospheric structures from various perspectives. Part III describes
basic concepts for making a general circulation model of the atmosphere and its
applications to the study of ...

Fundamentals Of Environmental Discharge Modeling

Author: Lorin R. Davis
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849396571
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6.1 INTRODUCTION There are a large number of atmospheric models that have
been developed to predict dispersion in the atmosphere including stacks,
automobile, and agriculture pesticides emissions. Since this book emphasizes
mixing zones, only point source emission models will be discussed. Although
similar in many respects, atmospheric discharges may possess several
complications that are not present in aquatic discharges. These differences are
mainly due to moisture ...

Atmospheric Chemistry And Physics

Author: John H. Seinfeld
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118591364
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The development of mathematical models based on fundamentals of
atmospheric chemistry and physics has been discussed in Chapter 25. These
models are essential tools in tracking emissions from many sources, their
atmospheric transport and transformation, and finally their contribution to
concentrations at a given location (receptor). A number of factors may often limit
the application of these mathematical models including need for spatially
resolved time-dependent emission ...

Towards A Cleaner Planet

Author: Jaime Klapp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 354071345X
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Prepared for Western Governors' Association. Denver, Colorado Jacobson MZ (
2000) Fundamentals of Atmospheric Modeling. Cambridge University Press, New
York Liu LJS, Rossini AJ (1996) Use of kriging models to predict 12-hours means
ozone concentrations in metropolitan Toronto- a pilot study. Environment
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Monitoreo Atmosférico y Taller de Gestion Ambiental del Aire”. México City
Molina MJ, Molina ...

Theoretical Fundamentals Of Atmospheric Optics

Author: Yu. M. Timofeyev
Publisher: Cambridge Int Science Publishing
ISBN: 1904602258
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Molecular scattering Modern optics uses two physical models, explaining the
nature of scattering of light by gases: the scattering of light directly on molecules (
atoms) of the gases (Rayleigh–Tindall theory), and the scattering of light on
thermal fluctuations of the density of the gas, resulting in identical fluctuations of
its refractive index (Einstein– Smolukovskii theory). The fluctuations theory of
scattering is more general, and the case of molecular theory is regarded as a
partial one.

Mathematical And Physical Fundamentals Of Climate Change

Author: Zhihua Zhang
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0128005831
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Atmospheric. Dynamics. Earth's atmosphere is composed of a mixture of gases
such as nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapor, and ozone. A wide variety
of fluid flows take place in the atmosphere. In this chapter, we show how the
theory of fluid dynamics in Chapter 10 is ... 11.1 TWO SIMPLE ATMOSPHERIC
MODELS Energy transfer in the atmosphere involves short-wave radiation
emitted by the Sun and long-wave radiation emitted by Earth's surface and
atmosphere.