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The book is well-produced, consistent with the excellent standards of Academic Press. The chapter references total over entries including duplicates with more than a third from the 's. Thus the book provides us with a current survey of the field The book should appeal to the cloud microphysicist, boundary layer meteorologist, cloud dynamiscist, forecaster, synoptician, nesoscale numerical modeler, climate dynamicist, and theoretician. In summary, this book is well recommended: it will serve for many years as an indispensable introduction to the vast literature on storms and clouds.
The reader will have no problem in finding equations describing the many physical problems involving cloud dynamics. The authors are adept at describing the applications of the equations and speculating about the reason things happen the way they do in clouds and storm systems The authors draw upon studies by their colleagues and students as well as their own long experience in this field and have produced a comprehensive review rather than a textbook Their book will be of great assistance to anyone working in the fascinating, rapidly evolving field of storm and cloud dynamics and will be of fundamental importance for studies of global and climate change.
The authors provide a scholarly account of a large, actively developing topic. The result is immensely useful.
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It thoroughly discusses and provides many references on warm and ice-phase cloud physics, radiative transfer in a cloudy atmosphere entrainment, storm electrification, and the influence of topography. The book carries the hallmark of quality one is accustomed to with Academic Press This book is a very laudable effort to bring together in a critical review a wealth of material from widely dispersed sources This book should be found on the shelves of every meteorological reference library.
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