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"This edited 12-chapter volume … focuses on adaptation to climate change. … This reviewer found the book easily readable and very exciting, and particularly enjoyed the specific methods … and recommendations for decision-makers. This well-organized work with the most up-to-date knowledge from biometeorology is a valuable reference for graduate students, scientists working on climate change/ecosystem responses/micrometeorology, and managers in natural resources. It is also an excellent resource for undergraduates interested in advancing their careers. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduate through professional collections." (J. Chen, Choice, Vol. 46 (11), 2009)
“This book will appeal both to researchers within the field of human biometeorology … and to other meteorologists wishing for a thorough introduction to issues around human responses to weather and climate. … We are not aware of any other book available that provides such a thorough and accessible summary of current knowledge in human biometeorology … . We recommend this book to graduate students and scientists in the general area of meteorology … .” (Jon Warland and Jennifer Vanos, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, January, 2012)