1989 Book Supplement Recent Publications in the Atmospheric and Related Oceanographic and Hydrologic Sciences This 12TH Annual Book Issue of the BULLETIN contains a list of recent publications announced in the "New Publications" section and/or reviewed from May 1988 through April 1989. Most publications listed this year were published during 1987 and 1988; a few appeared during 1989. As in past years, many books could be grouped appropriately under more than one category, but each book has been listed under one section only. The dates in parentheses denote when a book was first announced in the "New Publications" section; the boldface dates mark the appearance of its review. Listings followed by only a review date were announced before May 1988, and also appeared in an earlier Book Issue. A Publishers' Addresses box follows the list. It includes the full names and addresses of all publishers whose books appear below. pp. $24.95. Paperbound. Oxford University Press. (4/89) Air Quality/Pollution The Role of Air—Sea Exchange in Geochemical Cycling. P. Buat- Air Quality Handbook: A Guide to Permitting and Compliance Under Menard, Ed. 1986. 549 pp. $98.00. Hardbound. D. Reidel Pub- the Clean Air Act and Air Toxics Programs. ENSR. 1988. 138
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1989
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