r d Boo k Issue This issue of the Bulletin marks the 23rd anniversary of the "Book Issue." In 1978, the Bulletin assumed from Weatherwise magazine the tradition of publishing an annual list of book titles. This issue features titles published in the Bulletin book section between May 1999 and April 2000. In this issue are nine new book reviews, nine new publication announce- ments, and a complete list of publishers' addresses. The 2000 Book Supple- ment is composed of titles categorized according to subject matter and con- tains 37 categories. As can be seen, books on climate change and related subjects were particularly prevalent this past year. Titles of books with broad applications may appear in more than one category. The Bulletin issue in which the books were originally announced as a new publication and/or printed as a book review appear after each title: "NP" indicates the issue in which the book was announced as a new pub- lication and "R" indicates the issue the book was reviewed. Review dates appear in bold print. For full reviews and announcements, refer to the Bul- letin issue cited after each title. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society tion. M. Williams
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 2000
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