This issue of the Bulletin contains the 16th Annual Book Issue. It places an emphasis on the impor- tance of books in the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences by publishing book reviews and announcing new publications in these fields. This issue contains 15 books that were re- viewed by experts on the book's subject (2 of which focus on K-1 2 science education), the book supple- ment, 15 new publications announcements, and a list of publishers' addresses. The titles that appear in the 1993 Book Supple- ment were reviewed or announced in the Bulletin between May 1992 and April 1993. Books are categorized according to subject; therefore, titles may appear more than once. The dates that appear in parentheses indicate that the book was reviewed or announced as a new publication; bold-faced dates indicate reviews and normal-typed dates indi- cate announcements. For full reviews and announce- ments, refer to the Bulletin issue cited after the title. m ca m m coc a e a c a m mm B B Aerosols Aerosol Effects on Climate. S. Gerard Jennings, Ed. 1993. 305 pp. $40.00. Hardbound. The University of Arizona Press. ISBN 0-8165-1362-7. (2/93) Agricultural Meteorology Instrumentation for Studying
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Published: May 1, 1993
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