Atmospheric Science for Environmental Scientists
February 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
Written by an international team of experts, this text gives an excellent overview of our current understanding of the state of the Earth’s atmosphere and how it is changing. It is an invaluable resource for students, teachers and professionals.
- End of chapter questions
- Each chapter includes both basic concepts and more in-depth material, allowing faculty to direct students accordingly
- Most up-to-date treatment of key issues such as stratospheric chemistry, urban air pollution, and climate change
1. The climate of the Earth. John Lockwood.
2. The evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere. Richard Wayne.
3. Solar energy and atmospheric structure. Hugh Coe.
4. Biogeochemical cycles. Dudley Shallcross.
5. Tropospheric chemistry and air pollution. Paul Monks.
6. Clouds: formation and chemistry. Peter Brimblecombe.
7. Particulate matter in the atmosphere. Paul Williams.
8. Stratospheric chemistry and ozone depletion. Rob Mackenzie.
9. Boundary layer meteorology and atmospheric dispersion. Janet Barlow.
10. Urban air pollution. Jes Fenger.
11. Climate change and global air pollution. Atul Jain.
Appendix: List of websites Index
Andrea Jackson is a senior lecturer of Atmospheric Chemistry within the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Leeds, UK. Her main research interests involve investigating the gas phase chemistry of oxidant species in the atmosphere and more recently the physics and chemistry of polar frost flowers and their resultant sea-salt aerosol in order to understand their impact on the atmospheric chemistry of these regions.
"Hewitt and Jackson have succeeded admirably in presenting a cogent and thoughtful book.... This volume is a pleasure." (The Quarterly Review of Biology, December 2009)
"With magnificent detail describing the links between atmosphere and environment, the book is a valuable reference for understanding current climate science and the debate on climate change." (Drug and Alcohol Review, September 2009)