Chaos and Determinism: Turbulence as a Para- Meteorology Today for Scientists and Engineers digm for Complex Systems Converging toward (Roland B. Stull, 1995, 385 pp., $13.95, paperbound, Final States (Alexandre Favre, Henri Guitton, Jean West Publishing Company, ISBN 0-314-06471-0). Guitton, Andre Lichnewrowicz, and Etienne Wolff, Written as a companion to Meteorology Today by 1995,176 pp., $19.95, paperbound, The Johns Hopkins Ahrens, Stull designed this book to target college Unversity Press, ISBN 0-8018-4912-8). Originally students who possess the math skills to go beyond the published in French in 1988, Chaos and Determinism descriptive aspects of introductory meteorology is an interdisciplinary study of the concepts of order, courses. Stull's book contains the equations omitted chaos, and determinism. The authors, members of the from Ahrens's, but only algebra, geometry, and trigo- French Academy, contribute scientific and philosophi- nometry are used. Stull includes numerous solved cal analysis of the subject and their consequences in equations as examples, homework exercises, an- fluid mechanics, meteorology, oceanography, phys- swers to selected equations, and tables with con- ics, embryology, genetics, and economics. Illustra- stants needed for various equations. Although Stull's tions, changes to text, and the bibliography have been chapters correspond to Ahrens's, the content does not
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