Atmosphere—Ocean Dynamics by Adrian E. Gill

By Adrian E. Gill

Applies successive bifurcations method of complicated time-dependent procedures in huge scale atmospheric dynamics, geomagnetism, and theoretical weather dynamics. Presentation of effects on planetary-scale phenomena within the earth's surroundings, ocean, cryosphere, mantle and center offers an built-in account of mathematical idea and strategies including actual phenomena and approaches. Brings jointly sleek instruments of nonlinear arithmetic and the issues of world switch within the surroundings

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