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Data Assimilation

Making Sense of Observations

Lahoz, William, Khattatov, Boris, Menard, Richard (Eds.)

2010, XIV, 732p.

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From the reviews:

“Data Assimilation … is a collection of 25 review and research articles in a 700-page volume. … discuss a very broad range of topics, including all aspects of atmospheric data assimilation science as well as applications beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. … There are several audiences that would find Data Assimilation particularly useful. … The volume would also be quite helpful as an introduction to geophysical applications of assimilation for students or researchers with training in the technical aspects of state estimation … .” (Jeffrey Anderson, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, May, 2012)

 

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