ne w publications Long and Short Term Variability in Sun's History Chemistry of the Natural Atmosphere: Second Edition and Global Change, (W. Schroder, Ed., 2000,363 pp., (P. Warneck, 2000, 927 pp., $149.95, hardbound, Aca- $20.00, paperbound, Science Edition, ISSN 0179- demic Press, ISBN 0-12-735632-0). Since this compre- 5658). This book is a collection of some 26 scientific hensive book on atmospheric chemistry was first papers and 10 abstracts that address a variety of sub- published in 1988, technology has greatly improved the jects related to a varying sun and the effects on the knowledge in this area, and emphasis on global budgets earth's environment and people. The papers cover has increased. Consequently, the author has largely re- early observations and ideas of the sun and the earth's written the book (some sections are unchanged) to in- climate on up through current observations (satellites clude new information and better conform to SI units. and probes) and theories. All articles are written in En- The 12 chapters begin with basic atmosphere structure, glish but there are a few pages (reproductions) in Ger- photochemical processes, and then cover ozone, hydro- man that would be of historical interest. The book has carbons, aerosols, sulfur, the geochemistry of C0 , and been written for those interested in the field of solar- ends with atmosphere evolution. The appendix includes weather relations, past and present. 228 pages of citations. The book was written to provide a reference for graduate students and could also serve as a text. It would be useful as well to those working in a variety of the physical sciences. • Academic Press, Inc. Science Edition Book Marketing Dept. Hechelstrasse 8 525 B Street, Suite 1900 D-28777 Bremen-Roennebeck San Diego, CA 92101-4495 Germany 2430 Vol. 81, No. 10,, October 2000
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