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READINGS BOOK REVIEWS DESER T DUS T IN TH E GLOBA L SYSTE M A. S. Goudie and N. J. Middleton, 2006, 287 pp., $169.00, hardbound, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-32354-6 esert dust is a hot research topic because of its Storms"—tha t provides a cursor y introductio n to the man y links to climate. Soil particle s are a majo r histor y of dust studies and some of th e techniques Daerosol constituen t over large areas of th e Earth. used . As suggested by th e book' s title, th e mai n focus The y are believed to affect climate by modifyin g is desert dust, althoug h they do consider other mid- th e radiative properties of the atmosphere through latitude dust processes. Th e author s explicitly exclude th e scattering and absorption of solar radiation. high-latitude dust sources, althoug h there is som e dis- Alon g wit h other aerosols, dust plays a role in cloud cussion of thi s topic in later chapters. Similarly, there microphysic s and could conceivably affect is some coverage of huma n impacts and th e radiative propertie s of th e clouds, their th e 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 DESER T DUS T IN TH E GLOBA L SYSTE M A. S. Goudie and N. J. Middleton, 2006, 287 pp., $169.00, hardbound, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-32354-6 esert dust is a hot research topic because of its Storms"—tha t provides a cursor y introductio n to the man y links to climate. Soil particle s are a majo r histor y of dust studies and some of th e techniques Daerosol constituen t over large areas of th e Earth. used . As suggested by th e book' s title, th e mai n focus The y are believed to affect climate by modifyin g is desert dust, althoug h they do consider other mid- th e radiative properties of the atmosphere through latitude dust processes. Th e author s explicitly exclude th e scattering and absorption of solar radiation. high-latitude dust sources, althoug h there is som e dis- Alon g wit h other aerosols, dust plays a role in cloud cussion of thi s topic in later chapters. Similarly, there microphysic s and could conceivably affect is some coverage of huma n impacts and th e radiative propertie s of th e clouds, their th e

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