Atmosphere, Weather and Climate” is an amalgamation of the diverse concepts and terms that constitute the subject, Climatology.
Written clearly and concisely for easy reading and profusely illustrated with many line drawings, the book provides an illuminating and topical insight into the breathtaking world of the oceans.
The book is intended to be a textbook at the graduation and post-graduation level of all the Indian Universities. The Book is a must book for Climatology syllabus of the Union Civil Services as well as State PCS for Preparation for Geography optional.
There are books written completely from a geographical angle that are neither scientific nor carries any authenticity. Essential scientific models, concepts and terms (particularly, for deeper knowledge of the subject) are explained in boxed sections which are separated from the text in order to facilitate the use of the book with wide academic background and interest. The approach taken is firmly based on sound scientific principles. The emphasis is on the simplification of the concepts. Special attention has been paid to the simplification. Therefore, the book has been designed. The layout and make-up of the pages is such that students belonging to different categories can use it alike.
It is the Best book available in the market from an angle of Oceanography for Civil Services in the sense that is most modern with an approach that is completely suited to Civil Services Examination. You would have noticed that all recent questions that are not found anywhere in India are available in this book, whether it is Polar vortex, urban boundary layer, cryosphere, Magnetosphere, …….
It is the Best book available in the market from an angle of Climatology as a branch of Meteorology.
There is no match for the book either contentwise, concept wise illustration wise or design wise Internationally recognized.
- Basic Concepts
- Composition of the Atmosphere
- Structure of the Atmosphere
- Insolation and Heat Budget
- Pressure and Pressure Belts
- Atmospheric Circulation
- Atmospheric Humidity
- Atmospheric Stability and Instability
- Air Masses
- Temperate Cyclones and Fronts
- Tropical Cyclones
- Tertiary Atmospheric Circulation
- Urban Climate
- Climatic Classification
- World Climates
- Climatic Change
- Weather Forecasting