Mid-Latitude Weather Systems by Toby N. Carlson

Mid-Latitude Weather Systems

byToby N. Carlson

Paperback | October 11, 2012

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First published in 1991 and reprinted in 1994 and 1998, Mid-Latitude Weather Systems has become a classic text in synoptic meteorology. It is the first text to make extensive use of conventional weather charts and equations to illustrate fully the behavior and evolution of weather patterns. Turning to well-documented case studies, Toby Carlson presents selected concepts in a unique way, facilitating the interpretation of this active and challenging area of study.

Early chapters focus on the mathematics necessary to construct simple models, which are subsequently used to describe and interpret the movement, evolution, and structure of particular weather patterns. Carlson discusses specific meteorological phenomena using schematic illustrations in conjunction with actual weather charts for explanation. The charts are an original and powerful feature of the text and display parameters routinely issued by the United States Weather Service.

With its fusion of the mathematical and descriptive fields of meteorology and its integrated coverage of synoptic and dynamic approaches, Mid-Latitude Weather Systems is an invaluable course text and reference source for students.

About The Author

Toby N. Carlson is Professor Emeritus of Meteorology at The Pennsylvania State University. Toby N. Carlson is Professor Emeritus of Meteorology at The Pennsylvania State University.

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Title:Mid-Latitude Weather SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:507 pages, 9.25 × 6.13 × 1.4 inPublished:October 11, 2012Publisher:Penn State University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0271056436

ISBN - 13:9780271056432

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