The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Meteorology (14th Edition) - 14th Edition - by Frederick K. Lutgens, Edward J. Tarbuck, Redina Herman, Dennis G. Tasa - ISBN 9780134758589
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The Atmosphere: An Introduction to Mete...
14th Edition
Frederick K. Lutgens, Edward J. Tarbuck, Redina Herman, Dennis G. Tasa
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134758589

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Chapter 2.4 - What Happens To Incoming Solar Radiation?Chapter 2.5 - The Role Of Gases In The AtmosphereChapter 2.6 - Earth's Energy BudgetChapter 3 - TemperatureChapter 3.1 - For The Record: Air-temperature DataChapter 3.2 - Cycles Of Air TemperatureChapter 3.3 - Why Temperatures VaryChapter 3.4 - Global Distribution Of TemperatureChapter 3.5 - Temperature MeasurementChapter 3.6 - Applying Temperature DataChapter 4 - Moisture And Atmospheric StabilityChapter 4.1 - Water On EarthChapter 4.2 - Water's Changes Of StateChapter 4.3 - Humidity: Water Vapor In The AirChapter 4.4 - Relative Humidity And Dew-point TemperatureChapter 4.5 - Adiabatic Temperature Changes And Cloud FormationChapter 4.6 - Processes That Lift AirChapter 4.7 - The Critical Weathermaker: Atmospheric StabilityChapter 4.8 - Stability And Daily WeatherChapter 5 - Forms Of Condensation And PrecipitationChapter 5.1 - Cloud FormationChapter 5.2 - Cloud ClassificationChapter 5.3 - Types Of FogChapter 5.4 - How Precipitation FormsChapter 5.5 - Forms Of PrecipitationChapter 5.6 - Precipitation MeasurementChapter 5.7 - Planned And Inadvertent Weather ModificationChapter 6 - Air Pressure And WindsChapter 6.1 - Atmospheric Pressure And WindChapter 6.2 - Why Does Air Pressure Vary?Chapter 6.3 - Factors Affecting WindChapter 6.4 - Winds Aloft Versus Surface WindsChapter 6.5 - How Winds Generate Vertical Air MotionChapter 6.6 - Wind MeasurementChapter 7 - Circulation Of The AtmosphereChapter 7.1 - Scales Of Atmospheric MotionChapter 7.2 - Local WindsChapter 7.3 - Global CirculationChapter 7.4 - Global Distribution Of Pressure And PrecipitationChapter 7.5 - The WesterliesChapter 7.6 - Jet StreamsChapter 7.7 - Global Winds And Ocean CurrentsChapter 7.8 - El Nino, La Nina, And The Southern OscillationChapter 8 - Air MassesChapter 8.1 - What Is An Air Mass?Chapter 8.2 - Classifying Air MassesChapter 8.3 - Properties Of North American Air MassesChapter 8.4 - Air-mass ModificationChapter 9 - Midlatitude CyclonesChapter 9.1 - Frontal WeatherChapter 9.2 - Midlatitude Cyclones And The Polar-front TheoryChapter 9.3 - Flow Aloft And Cyclone FormationChapter 9.4 - A Modern View: The Conveyor Belt ModelChapter 9.5 - Where Do Midlatitude Cyclones Form?Chapter 9.7 - Anticyclonic Weather And Atmospheric BlockingChapter 9.8 - Case Study Of A Midlatitude CycloneChapter 10 - Thunderstorms And TornadoesChapter 10.1 - ThunderstormsChapter 10.2 - Ordinary Cell ThunderstormsChapter 10.3 - Severe ThunderstormsChapter 10.4 - Lightning And ThunderChapter 10.5 - TornadoesChapter 10.6 - Development And Occurrence Of TornadoesChapter 10.7 - Tornado Destruction And Tornado ForecastingChapter 11 - HurricanesChapter 11.1 - Profile Of A HurricaneChapter 11.2 - Hurricane Formation And DecayChapter 11.3 - Hurricane DestructionChapter 11.4 - Tracking And Monitoring HurricanesChapter 11.5 - Forecasting HurricanesChapter 12 - Weather Analysis And ForecastingChapter 12.1 - The Weather Business: A Brief OverviewChapter 12.2 - Acquiring Weather DataChapter 12.3 - Weather Maps: Depictions Of The AtmosphereChapter 12.4 - Modern Weather ForecastingChapter 12.5 - Other Forecasting MethodsChapter 12.6 - Weather Satellites: Tools In ForecastingChapter 12.7 - Types Of ForecastsChapter 12.8 - The Role Of The ForecasterChapter 12.9 - Forecast AccuracyChapter 13 - Air PollutionChapter 13.1 - The Air Pollution ThreatChapter 13.2 - Sources And Types Of Air PollutionChapter 13.3 - Trends In Air QualityChapter 13.4 - Meteorological Factors Affecting Air PollutionChapter 13.5 - Acid PrecipitationChapter 14 - The Changing ClimateChapter 14.1 - Climate ChangeChapter 14.2 - Detecting Climate ChangeChapter 14.3 - Natural Causes Of Climate ChangeChapter 14.4 - Human Impacts On Global ClimateChapter 14.5 - Predicting Future Climate ChangeChapter 14.6 - Some Consequences Of Global WarmingChapter 15 - World ClimatesChapter 15.1 - Climate Cl Assification And ControlsChapter 15.2 - Humid Tropical Climates (a)Chapter 15.3 - The Dry Climates (b)Chapter 15.4 - Mild Midlatitude Climates (c)Chapter 15.5 - Midlatitude Climates With Severe Winters (d)Chapter 15.6 - The Polar Climates (e)Chapter 15.7 - Highland Climates (h )Chapter 16 - Optical Phenomena Of The AtmosphereChapter 16.1 - Interactions Of Light And MatterChapter 16.2 - MiragesChapter 16.3 - RainbowsChapter 16.4 - Halos, Sun Dogs, And Solar PillarsChapter 16.5 - Other Optical Phenomena

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