1993 Surve y of Textbook s Used i n Meteorologica l Education Russell L. De Souza, Donna M. Matthews, Richard D. Clark, and Robert S. Ross Department of Earth Sciences, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Millersville, Pennsylvania Abstrac t tional meteorology courses) and 5 (specialized me- teorolog y courses) show the frequency of usage by In the five years since the previous textbook survey, there has symbol . been a surge of new textbooks for courses above the "popular" level. No attempt is made to offer subjective statements A total of 58 responses were received supplying information on about quality or quantity of usage. The only apparent textbooks used in a variety of courses that are traditionally offered in observation is that there has been a flurry of general, meteorology. In addition, for the first time, responses to several courses that are not traditionally offered were included. All responses topical, and specialized textbooks published in the are tabulated and identified by title, author, publisher, and year. 1990s, and the long-awaited textbooks in synoptic meteorolog y have finally appeared. Ther e were many textbooks cited for courses not A letter was sent to 96 schools identified in the sample d in
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1994
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