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Physics and chemistry of clouds / Dennis Lamb, Johannes Verlinde

Lamb, Dennis.
Contributor(s): Verlinde, Johannes.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University, 2011Description: XIV, 584 p. : gráf. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 978-0-521-89910-9.Subject(s): Física atmosférica | Nubes -- Física | Nubes
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Bibliografía: p. 562-567

Clouds affect our daily weather and play key roles in the global climate. Through their ability to precipitate, clouds provide virtually all of the fresh water on Earth and are a crucial link in the hydrologic cycle. With ever-increasing importance being placed on quantifiable predictions - from forecasting the local weather to anticipating climate change - we must understand how clouds operate in the real atmosphere, where interactions with natural and anthropogenic pollutants are common. This textbook provides students -whether seasoned or new to the atmospheric sciences - with a quantitative yet approachable path to learning the inner workings of clouds. Developed over many years of the authors' teaching at Pennsylvania State University, Physics and Chemistry of Clouds is an invaluable textbook for advanced students in atmospheric science, meteorology, environmental sciences/engineering and atmospheric chemistry. It is also a very useful reference text for researchers and professionals.

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