Chemical Oceanography, Volume 10. J. P. Riley and program to the reader. In addition, a table listing all R. Chester, eds. 1989. 404 pp. $48.00. hard- of the investigators and their research would have made seeking additional information easier, espe- bound. Academic Press Limited. cially since not all SEAREX investigators contributed Over the many years that Riley and Chester have ed- to this book. ited this series, they have invited some of the top In the second chapter, Merrill presents a concise researchers in chemical oceanography to review cur- description of the meteorology of the Pacific, as well rent topics and developments in the field. Each vol- as the transport and modeling techniques used during ume constitutes a valuable reference for this rapidly SEAREX. This discussion is useful for those unfamiliar developing field. The tenth volume follows in this with isentropic trajectory analysis. It is also a primer tradition, but also diverges with the use of a guest for the chemical data which follow in subsequent chapters. editor, Bob Duce, and a focus on a single research program. However, this "break with tradition" is Trace elements received considerable attention in fully justified in that the Sea/Air Exchange (SEAREX) the
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