Book Detail

FUNDAMENTALS OF NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION

Author(s)
: JEAN COIFFIER
Edition
:
Call Number
: 551.5 COI f
ISBN/ISSN
: 978-1-107-00103-9
Subject(s)
: Half a century of numerical weather prediction
Clasification
: 551.5 COI f
Series Title
:
GMD
: Buku
Language
: English
Publisher
: Cambrigde University Press
Publishing Year
: 2011
Publishing Place
: United States of America
Collation
: 340hal; ilus; 30cm
Specific Detail Info
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: B003024.1   My Library   : Available
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Numerical weather prediction is a crucial step in forecasting the weather and modelling the climate. Studying the numerical weather prediction is a necessary to understand how a weather model and climate model work, so we can improve the accuracy of the output. History of numerical weather prediction, weather prediction equations, barotropic model, baroclinic model, physical parameterizations, and operational forecasting are described clearly on this book. This textbook is presented to Graduate students, researchers, and professionals in atmospheric physics, meteorology, climatology, fluid dynamics, hydrology, and oceanography.

Numerical weather prediction is a crucial step in forecasting the weather and modelling the climate. Studying the numerical weather prediction is a necessary to understand how a weather model and climate model work, so we can improve the accuracy of the output. History of numerical weather prediction, weather prediction equations, barotropic model, baroclinic model, physical parameterizations, and operational forecasting are described clearly on this book. This textbook is presented to Graduate students, researchers, and professionals in atmospheric physics, meteorology, climatology, fluid dynamics, hydrology, and oceanography.

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