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This textbook on atmospheric thermodynamics is for students of meteorology or atmospheric science. It also serves as a reference text for working professionals in meteorology and weather forecasting. It is unique because it provides complete, calculus-based derivations of basic physics from first principles, and connects mathematical relationships to real-world, practical weather forecasting applications. Worked examples and practice problems are included throughout.
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Sam Miller is a journalist and writer whose first book Delhi: Adventures in a Megacity was published by Penguin India in January 2009 - and soon became a best-seller.
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