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V Ifi mmmmmmmm m illlMlllillliiimiiilli'' illBMMiiBIMMiil (111— LY ^ L LnBlillllllll BBlllllllllllBIMin BlllllllilllilBMlIM IlliinillimilWlllllllIll [11 BOOK REVIEWS TH E GLOBA L CIRCULATIO N O F TH E ATMOSPHER E Tapio Schneider and Adam H. Sobel, Eds., 2007, 385 pp., $65.00, hardbound, Princeton University Press, ISBN 978-0-691 -12181-9 heories of the general circulation of the atmo- Chapter 5 explicitly discusses tropical-extratropical spher e always constitute a cornerstone in the interactions. The final chapter (12) stands out from Tfield of the atmospheric and climate sciences. the rest of the book in that it is the only chapter that The general circulation of the atmosphere might be extensively covers (abrupt) climate considered the oldest and most long-standing prob- change as well as the oceanic part of lem going back to the original works of Halley and the general circulation. Chapter 11 also Hadley in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. stands out to the extent that it focuses This new book summarizes the state-of-the-art theo- on numerical modeling itself and that retical understanding of the general circulation of the it brings cloud-resolving modeling to atmosphere in 12 chapters authored by experts in the the arena of general circulation mod- field (albeit exclusively fro

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