Meteorology: Theoretical And Applied
by H. Wendell, R. Longley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons 1944
Number of pages: 492
This book presents an introductory treatment of basic meteorological theory, with a closer integration of forecasting technique with the theory on which it is founded. The book is designed to appeal persons studying meteorology for the first time or practicing forecasters who may wish to brush up on the latest developments in their field.
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