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by Ann Henderson-Sellers,Kendal McGuffie

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ISBN:
0471914622
Author:
Ann Henderson-Sellers,Kendal McGuffie
Category:
Earth Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (January 21, 1988)
Pages:
234 pages
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The Climate Modelling Primer is a completely revised guide to the rules and riddles .

The Climate Modelling Primer is a completely revised guide to the rules and riddles of climate modelling for those who need to know how modern models work and what they can deliver. ways in which results from climate models affect twenty-first century policy, laws, international trade and human development. This book’s audience includes all those who wish to understand twenty-first century climate modelling.

Kendal McGuffie, Ann Henderson-Sellers.

by Ann Henderson-Sellers (Author), Kendal McGuffie (Author). Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. ISBN-13: 978-0471914624. ISBN-10: 9780471914624. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Condition: Used: Good.

A Climate Modelling Primer book. 0471914622 (ISBN13: 9780471914624).

This is the first self-contained introduction to climate modelling. Assuming only a basic algebra background, this text provides a history and introduction to climate models and describes such model types as energy balance,, two-dimensional, and general circulation. Stresses the importance of simple models of the climate and their value in testing and extending the concepts upon which much more complex models are founded.

Kendal McGuffie, Ann Henderson-Sellers

Kendal McGuffie, Ann Henderson-Sellers. McGuffie (U. of Technology, Sydney, Australia) and Henderson-Sellers (ANSTO Environment, Australia) update their textbook for advanced undergraduate courses in climate modeling, economic forecasting, computer sciences, and earth sciences and for readers who are not meteorologists by training. They assume students have basic high-school mathematics, but say that in fact the mathematical development and other detailed sections can be skipped without prejudice to later sections.

Автор: Kendal McGuffie, Ann Henderson-Sellers Название: A Climate Modelling .

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by Kendal McGuffie, Ann Henderson-Sellers. Suitable for 3rd/4th year undergraduates taking courses in climate modelling, economic forecasting, computer science, environmental science, geography and oceanography.

This is the first self-contained introduction to climate modelling. Assuming only a basic algebra background, this text provides a history and introduction to climate models and describes such model types as energy balance, radiative-convective, two-dimensional, and general circulation. Stresses the importance of simple models of the climate and their value in testing and extending the concepts upon which much more complex models are founded. Written for an interdisciplinary audience rather than for specialists in atmosphere science, this treatment shows how to judge the credibility of different model types and when and how to apply the results of modelling exercises.
  • Conjukus
This book is a very basic introduction to climate modelling. A lot of concepts and few equations. It is a good introductory text but I hoped to find more coding examples (there is only one example and it's in BASIC). But for that amount of money, it is definitely not worth it.
  • Sharpbinder
This book is quite clear and systematic in this summary and explanation on the climate model development and design. Very suitable for the undergradute or graduate student to learn.
  • Lesesshe
useful book