Atmospheric Science For Environmental Scientists

Atmospheric Science For Environmental Scientists
Tags: C. Nick Hewitt

Climate change and air quality are two of the most pressing issuesfacing Mankind. This book gives undergraduate and graduate studentsand professionals working in the science and policy of pollution,climate change and air quality a broad and up-to-date account ofour understanding of the processes that occur in the atmosphere,how these are changing as Mans relentless use of naturalresources continues and what effects these changes are having onthe Earths climate and the quality of the air we breath. Written by an international team of experts, this text gives anexcellent overview of our current understanding of the state of theEarths atmosphere and how it is changing. It is aninvaluable resource for students, teachers and professionals. Key features: - End of chapter questions - Each chapter includes both basic concepts and more in-depthmaterial, allowing faculty to direct students accordingly - Most up-to-date treatment of key issues such as stratosphericchemistry, urban air pollution, and climate change