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TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL Air Pollution VIII (J. W. S. Longhurst, C. A. Brebbia, ing those from oceanographic sensors, river flow and H. Power, Eds., 2000, 786 pp., $385.00, meters, and radiosondes. There are also papers based hardbound, Computational Mechanics, Inc., ISBN 1- on computer models. The book will be of interest to 85312-822-8). This extensive volume consists of pa- oceanographers, hydrologists, and climate modelers, pers submitted for the Eighth International Air as well as those interested in climate change. Pollution Conference, held at Cambridge University in July 2000. The works reflect the increased under- Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry (Peter V. standing of air pollution episodes and the improved Hobbs, 2000,262 pp., $24.95, paperbound, Cambridge techniques for monitoring and modeling them. The University Press, ISBN 0-521-77800-X). This is a text- book is divided into 13 sections: Air pollution mod- book covering the fundamentals of atmospheric chem- eling, air quality management, urban air pollution, istry, including evolution, chemical composition, urban and suburban transport emissions, monitoring radiation, clouds and precipitation, and air pollution. and laboratory studies, global studies, comparison of Intended as a companion to the author's Basic Physi- modeling with experiments, indoor pollution, pollu- cal Chemistry for the Atmospheric Sciences (see Bull. tion engineering, fluid mechanics for environmental Amer. Meteor. Soc., 82, p. 495), it will be valuable to problems, chemistry of air pollution, aerosols and par- scholars and students in the fields of atmospheric sci- ticles, and health problems. ence, environmental science, chemistry, meteorology, and geophysics. It includes 20 pages of problems for students to solve. Experimental Acoustic Inversion Methods for Explo- ration of the Shallow Water Environment (A. Caiti et al., Eds., 2000, 308 pp., $127.00, hardbound, Kluwer Climate Variability in Sixteenth Century Europe and Academic, ISBN 0-7923-6305-1). As pointed out by Its Social Dimension (C. Pfister, R. Brazdil, and R. the editors, acoustic waves are far less attenuated in Glaser, Eds., 1999, 351 pp., $150.00, hardbound, oceans than either radio waves or light waves and thus Kluwer Academic, ISBN 0-7923-5934-8). While are better suited for indirect sensing. A workshop on weather instruments were lacking in 16th century acoustic inversion methods was held in Lisbon, Por- Europe, there are many thousands of letters, diaries, tugal, in March 1999, and 17 of the presentations are chronicles, and other documents preserved in Euro- included in this volume. In these papers, received sig- pean libraries that do contain weather information. nals from either generated or natural sources were in- This book is an interdisciplinary effort to present a verted to deduce properties of the internal waves, sea coherent picture of the climate change that occurred vegetation, ocean sediments, and the seafloor, using during that period. The first chapter presents documen- different mathematical procedures. This book can tary evidence, daily weather observations, and tree ring serve as an introduction to ocean acoustics or to evidence. Next, the climate of 16th century Europe is oceanographers interested in recent developments reconstructed along with pressure patterns. The last in acoustics. chapter covers social effects, including advancing gla- ciers, floods, tidal flooding, grain prices, wine produc- tion, and witch hunting. The book will interest historians The Freshwater Budget of the Arctic Ocean (E. L. as well as those following climate change. • Lewis, Ed., 2000, 623 pp., $208.00, hardbound, Kluwer Academic, ISBN 0-7923-6439-2). The rivers and atmosphere transport freshwater/water vapor northward into the Arctic Ocean, and returning water sinks and drives global-scale ocean currents. Because of this role in the deepwater ocean circulation and ef- fects on climate, interest in the arctic freshwater cycle 1187 Melissa Bell 2001 is increasing. This book includes 24 papers—pre- 1188 Peter Sack 2001 sented in Tallin, Estonia, in 1998—that describe the 1189 Christopher Zelman 2001 state of knowledge of the freshwater budget. The pa- 1190 Amellia Erck 2001 pers cover all aspects of the water cycle, including at- mospheric moisture transport, precipitation, river flow, ice transformation, and transport within the ocean. Pa- pers are based on a variety of measurements, includ- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1023 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Air Pollution VIII (J. W. S. Longhurst, C. A. Brebbia, ing those from oceanographic sensors, river flow and H. Power, Eds., 2000, 786 pp., $385.00, meters, and radiosondes. There are also papers based hardbound, Computational Mechanics, Inc., ISBN 1- on computer models. The book will be of interest to 85312-822-8). This extensive volume consists of pa- oceanographers, hydrologists, and climate modelers, pers submitted for the Eighth International Air as well as those interested in climate change. Pollution Conference, held at Cambridge University in July 2000. The works reflect the increased under- Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry (Peter V. standing of air pollution episodes and the improved Hobbs, 2000,262 pp., $24.95, paperbound, Cambridge techniques for monitoring and modeling them. The University Press, ISBN 0-521-77800-X). This is a text- book is divided into 13 sections: Air pollution mod- book covering the fundamentals of atmospheric chem- eling, air quality management, urban air pollution, istry, including evolution, chemical composition, urban and suburban transport emissions, monitoring radiation, clouds and precipitation, and air pollution. and laboratory studies, global studies, comparison of Intended as a companion to the author's Basic Physi- modeling with experiments, indoor pollution, pollu- cal Chemistry for the Atmospheric Sciences (see Bull. tion engineering, fluid mechanics for environmental Amer. Meteor. Soc., 82, p. 495), it will be valuable to problems, chemistry of air pollution, aerosols and par- scholars and students in the fields of atmospheric sci- ticles, and health problems. ence, environmental science, chemistry, meteorology, and geophysics. It includes 20 pages of problems for students to solve. Experimental Acoustic Inversion Methods for Explo- ration of the Shallow Water Environment (A. Caiti et al., Eds., 2000, 308 pp., $127.00, hardbound, Kluwer Climate Variability in Sixteenth Century Europe and Academic, ISBN 0-7923-6305-1). As pointed out by Its Social Dimension (C. Pfister, R. Brazdil, and R. the editors, acoustic waves are far less attenuated in Glaser, Eds., 1999, 351 pp., $150.00, hardbound, oceans than either radio waves or light waves and thus Kluwer Academic, ISBN 0-7923-5934-8). While are better suited for indirect sensing. A workshop on weather instruments were lacking in 16th century acoustic inversion methods was held in Lisbon, Por- Europe, there are many thousands of letters, diaries, tugal, in March 1999, and 17 of the presentations are chronicles, and other documents preserved in Euro- included in this volume. In these papers, received sig- pean libraries that do contain weather information. nals from either generated or natural sources were in- This book is an interdisciplinary effort to present a verted to deduce properties of the internal waves, sea coherent picture of the climate change that occurred vegetation, ocean sediments, and the seafloor, using during that period. The first chapter presents documen- different mathematical procedures. This book can tary evidence, daily weather observations, and tree ring serve as an introduction to ocean acoustics or to evidence. Next, the climate of 16th century Europe is oceanographers interested in recent developments reconstructed along with pressure patterns. The last in acoustics. chapter covers social effects, including advancing gla- ciers, floods, tidal flooding, grain prices, wine produc- tion, and witch hunting. The book will interest historians The Freshwater Budget of the Arctic Ocean (E. L. as well as those following climate change. • Lewis, Ed., 2000, 623 pp., $208.00, hardbound, Kluwer Academic, ISBN 0-7923-6439-2). The rivers and atmosphere transport freshwater/water vapor northward into the Arctic Ocean, and returning water sinks and drives global-scale ocean currents. Because of this role in the deepwater ocean circulation and ef- fects on climate, interest in the arctic freshwater cycle 1187 Melissa Bell 2001 is increasing. This book includes 24 papers—pre- 1188 Peter Sack 2001 sented in Tallin, Estonia, in 1998—that describe the 1189 Christopher Zelman 2001 state of knowledge of the freshwater budget. The pa- 1190 Amellia Erck 2001 pers cover all aspects of the water cycle, including at- mospheric moisture transport, precipitation, river flow, ice transformation, and transport within the ocean. Pa- pers are based on a variety of measurements, includ- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1023

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