RMetS Advancing Weather and Climate Science Series
UK Series Editor: Dr Peter Michael Inness, US Series Editor: Dr John A. Knox
Scientific advances in weather and climate science over the past decade are now making their way into the teaching literature, and climate change has become a major issue that pervades all aspects of weather and climate science.
The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) is a world-leading professional and learned society in the field of meteorology. Based in the UK, it encourages and facilitates collaboration with organisations that are active in earth science. It serves its professional and amateur members and the wider community by undertaking activities that support the advancement of meteorological science, its applications and understanding.
The RMetS Advancing Weather and Climate Science Book Series, in conjunction with Wiley-Blackwell, brings together both the underpinning principles and new developments in meteorology in a unified set of books suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate study, as well as being a useful resource for the professional meteorologist or Earth system scientist. Topics covered include; atmospheric dynamics and physics, earth observation, weather forecasting, climate variability and climate change science, impacts and adaptation. A full list of titles currently available in the series can be seen below. Click on the links for further information including table of contents and sample chapters.
For information on the series contact Wiley-Blackwell's Executive Commissioning Editor editor Rachael Ballard, at firstname.lastname@example.org