Introduction to Physical Oceanography
by Robert H. Stewart
Number of pages: 353
This book is written for upper-division undergraduates and new graduate students in meteorology, ocean engineering, and oceanography. Because these students have a diverse background, I have emphasized ideas and concepts more than mathematical derivations.
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