'He has produced yet another high quality text. This one contains much background material required for a first-tome course in atmospheric chemistry … this knowledge is applied in numerous solved problems throughout the text, and students will find the exercises very helpful … I expect this book to become required reading for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in atmospheric chemistry at the introductory level. It would also be a useful introduction for anyone interested in this important and growing field of science, especially those from a non-chemical background.' Miroslav Radojevic, Chemistry in Britain
'… highly recommended for the task of introducing this important subject to a range of students.' Anne M. Thompson, EOS
'… this book can be highly recommended to students as well as other people interested in air chemistry.' Peter Winkler, Meteoroligische Zeistschrift
Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry is an introductory textbook for beginning courses in atmospheric chemistry. It reviews our basic understanding of the chemistry of the Earth's atmosphere and discusses current environmental issues, including air pollution, acid rain, the ozone hole, and global change.