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Dynamics in Atmospheric Physics Paperback – 12 Jan 2008

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'Written with wit, peppered with personal anecdotes, and illustrated with simple physical problems, this text is a pleasure to read and acts as a useful reference book as well.' Howard B. Bluestein, The Times Higher Education Supplement

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This first year graduate textbook describes the nature of motion in the atmosphere, develops fluid dynamics relevant to the atmosphere, and explores the role of motion in determining climate and atmospheric composition. The author presents material in lecture note style and gives problems at the end of each chapter to help students assimilate the material.

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HASH(0x8b092084) out of 5 stars Eclectic but insightful 13 Oct. 2015
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The author is academia's leading global warming "skeptic," but this book covers a different subject, his initial scientific claim to fame. Readers will find only an occasional hint of the author's disdain for the modern computer-intensive techniques behind today's consensus on climate change. What the book has in abundance is traditional mathematical physics, applied particularly to atmospheric waves. Presentation is admittedly eclectic and informal, not a good choice for one's first introduction to the subject, but a source of insights not appearing in conventional textbooks.

I should disclose working on occasion with the author, always enjoying the experience though not always agreeing with him.
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It turns out that Lindzen's 40+ years of research on establishing the mechanism of the Quasi-Biennial Oscillations (QBO) of stratospheric winds has been debunked by this recent work of mine [...]
I really don't trust anything that Lindzen has done if he can't get the foundation right.
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