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An Introduction to Global Spectral Modeling

Krishnamurti, T.N., Bedi, H.S., Hardiker, V., Watson-Ramaswamy, L.

Originally published by Oxford University Press, 1988

2nd, rev. and enlarged ed. 2006, X, 320 p.

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James Russell Carr in Mathematical Geology, Vol. 31, No. 8, 1999 on the book's first edition:

 

In summary, the mathematical treatment is quite intense and demands patience of readers, at least in the case of this one. But if at all intrigued by how sophisticated weather forecasting has become (certainly strom forecasting) then a reader will find this book not only interesting, but thorough enough to enable model development if that is a goal. Problems are presneted at the end of each chapter, so this book can be used as a texct in the class room. Reserachers involved in the modeling of turbulence, ocean systems and tectonic systems may also value the presentation of this book.

 

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