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READINGS Book Reievsw Cloud and Pre Ci Pitation Mi Cro Physi Cs: Prin Ci Ples and Para Meterizations Jerry M. Straka, 2009, 392 pp., $130.00, hardbound, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-88338-2 his book provides an extensive survey of param- parameterization methods are used in dynamical eterizations used in past and present models to models to represent, in approximate terms, a process T represent cloud and precipitation processes. As whose details cannot be fully described due to the such, the book fills an important niche and likely complexities of the process or limitations of computer will be welcomed by many in the field of atmospheric capacity and speed. In bin parameterizations, the modeling. To provide proper background for the vari- smaller-scale processes are treated in detail at ap- ous types of parameterizations, the author includes propriate points within the larger model (e.g., within considerable discussion of the theoretical principles the cloud). In a bin parameterization, for example, behind many microphysical processes, from evolution of the drop size distribution is nucleation of water droplets to the growth of predicted, with drops shifting from one hail. The book covers an array of techniques bi n-si z e c ate gor y to a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-91.5.643
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Book Reievsw Cloud and Pre Ci Pitation Mi Cro Physi Cs: Prin Ci Ples and Para Meterizations Jerry M. Straka, 2009, 392 pp., $130.00, hardbound, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-88338-2 his book provides an extensive survey of param- parameterization methods are used in dynamical eterizations used in past and present models to models to represent, in approximate terms, a process T represent cloud and precipitation processes. As whose details cannot be fully described due to the such, the book fills an important niche and likely complexities of the process or limitations of computer will be welcomed by many in the field of atmospheric capacity and speed. In bin parameterizations, the modeling. To provide proper background for the vari- smaller-scale processes are treated in detail at ap- ous types of parameterizations, the author includes propriate points within the larger model (e.g., within considerable discussion of the theoretical principles the cloud). In a bin parameterization, for example, behind many microphysical processes, from evolution of the drop size distribution is nucleation of water droplets to the growth of predicted, with drops shifting from one hail. The book covers an array of techniques bi n-si z e c ate gor y to a

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Published: May 1, 2010

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