Advances In Geosciences (A 4-volume Set) - Volume 28: Atmospheric Science (As) And Ocean Science (Os)

Advances In Geosciences (A 4-volume Set) - Volume 28: Atmospheric Science (As) And Ocean Science (Os)

Volume 28: Atmospheric Science (AS) & Ocean Science (OS)

Chun-Chieh Wu, Jianping Gan


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This invaluable volume set of Advances in Geosciences continues the excellent tradition of the Asia-Oceania scientific community in providing the most up-to-date research results on a wide range of geosciences and environmental science. The information is vital to the understanding of the effects of climate change and extreme weather on the most populated regions and fastest moving economies in the world. Besides, these volumes also highlight original papers from many prestigious research institutions which are conducting cutting edge studies in atmospheric physics, hydrogical science and water resource, ocean science and coastal study, planetary exploration and solar system science, seismology, tsunamis, upper atmospheric physics and space science.

  • Forecast Skill and Computational Cost of the Correlation Models in 3DVAR Data Assimilation (M Yaremchuk, M Carrier, H Ngodock, S Smith and I Shulman)
  • Real-Time Tropical Cyclone Prediction Using COAMPS-TC (J D Doyle, Y Jin, R M Hodur, S Chen, H Jin, J Moskaitis, A Reinecke, P Black, J Cummings, E Hendricks, T Holt, C-S Liou, M Peng, C Reynolds, K Sashegyi, J Schmidt and S Wang)
  • Factors Controlling the Spatial Distribution of Stable Isotopes in Precipitation Over Kumamoto, Japan (Masahiro Tanoue, Kimpei Ichiyanagi, Jun Shimada and Naoki Kabeya)
  • Asian Dust Deposition Over the Land and Seas in 2010 Estimated by the ADAM2 Model (Soon-Ung Park, Moon-Soo Park and Anna Choe)
  • Distribution of Biogenic Silica in the Upwelling Zones in the South China Sea (Yang Liu, Minhan Dai, Weifang Chen and Zhimian Cao)
  • Influence of Velocity Distribution and Density Stratification on Generation or Propagation of Tsunamis (Taro Kakinuma, Kei Yamashita and Keisuke Nakayama)
  • Sea surface PCO2 in the Indian Sector of the Southern Ocean During Austral Summer of 2009 (Suhas Shetye, Maruthadu Sudhakar, Rengaswamy Ramesh, Rahul Mohan, Shramik Patil and Amzad Laskar)

Readership: Atmospheric scientists, meteorologists, climatologists, atmospheric chemists and physical oceanographers, astronomers, planetary scientists, geophysicists, and geologists.