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READINGS BOOK REVIEWS SNO W AN D CLIMATE : PHYSICA L PROCESSES , SURFAC E ENERGY EXCHANG E AN D MODELIN G Richard L. Armstrong and Eric Brun, Eds., 2008, 222 pp., $130.00, hardbound, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-85454-2 h e scientific stud y of sno w an d climate has a his- Afte r a brie f introductio n by Armstron g and Ross tor y going back man y decades. Yet, improving Brown , the next two chapters focus on the physics Tou r understandin g of th e complex suite of inter- of a snowpack. Chapter 2, by Rachel Jordan, Mary action s between the Earth's surface an d atmosphere Albert , an d Brun, provides a review of physical pro- is increasingly importan t during the current period cesses, includin g snowfall, sno w metamorphism , and of rapid climatic changes. Snow cover plays a critical th e thermal, fluid, an d radiative properties of snow. Chapte r 3, b y Joh n King, Joh n Pomeroy, Donal d Gray, role in these interactions due to its modulatio n of surface-atmosphere Charle s Fierz, Paul Foen, Richard Harding, Rachel Jordan , Eric Martin , an d http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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BOOK REVIEWS SNO W AN D CLIMATE : PHYSICA L PROCESSES , SURFAC E ENERGY EXCHANG E AN D MODELIN G Richard L. Armstrong and Eric Brun, Eds., 2008, 222 pp., $130.00, hardbound, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-85454-2 h e scientific stud y of sno w an d climate has a his- Afte r a brie f introductio n by Armstron g and Ross tor y going back man y decades. Yet, improving Brown , the next two chapters focus on the physics Tou r understandin g of th e complex suite of inter- of a snowpack. Chapter 2, by Rachel Jordan, Mary action s between the Earth's surface an d atmosphere Albert , an d Brun, provides a review of physical pro- is increasingly importan t during the current period cesses, includin g snowfall, sno w metamorphism , and of rapid climatic changes. Snow cover plays a critical th e thermal, fluid, an d radiative properties of snow. Chapte r 3, b y Joh n King, Joh n Pomeroy, Donal d Gray, role in these interactions due to its modulatio n of surface-atmosphere Charle s Fierz, Paul Foen, Richard Harding, Rachel Jordan , Eric Martin , an d

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