Written by a team of expert scientists, the Handbook of Atmospheric Science provides a broad and up-to-date account of our understanding of the natural processes that occur within the atmosphere. It examines how Man’s activities have had a detrimental effect on the climate, and how measures may be implemented in order to modify these activities. The book progresses through chapters covering the principles of atmospheric science and the current problems of air pollution at the urban, regional and global scales, to the tools and applications used to understand air pollution.
The Handbook of Atmospheric Science offers an excellent overview of this multi-disciplinary subject and will prove invaluable to both students and researchers of atmospheric science, air pollution and global change.
Part 1: Principles of Atmospheric Science.
1. Chemical Evolution of the Atmosphere (Richard P. Wayne).
2. Atmospheric Energy and the Structure of the Atmosphere (Hugh Coe and Ann R. Webb).
3. The Earth's Climates (John G. Lockwood).
4. Biogeochemical Cycles and Residence times (Dudley E. Shallcross, Kuo-Ying Wang, and Claudia H. Dimmer).
5. Source of Air Pollution (Andrea V. Jackson).
6. Tropospheric Photochemistry (Paul S. Nonks).
7. Stratospheric Chemistry and Transport (A. Robert Mackenzie).
8. Aqueous Phase Chemistry of The Troposphere (Peter Brimblecombe).
9. Atmospheric Particulate Matter (Urs Baltensperger, Stefan Nyeki, and Markus Kalberer).
10. Atmospheric Dispersion and Air Pollution Meteorology (David Carruthers).
11. Synoptic-Scale Meteorology (Douglas J. Parker).
12. Atmospheric Removal Processes (Brad D. hall).
Part 2: Problems, Tools, and Applications.
13. Global Air Pollution Problems (Atul K. Jain and Katharine A.S. Hayhoe).
14. Regional-Scale Pollution Problems (Crispin J. Halsall).
15. Urgan-Scale Air Pollution (Jes Fenger).
16. Atmospheric Monitoring Techniques (Rod Robinson).
17. Emission Inventories (David Hutchinson).
18. Pollutant Dispersion Modeling (Yasmin Vawda).
19. Climate Modeling ( William Lahoz).
20. Critical Levels and Critical Loads as a Tool for Air Quality Mangement (Wim de Vries and Maximilian Posch).
21. The Practice of Air Quality Management (Bernard E.A. Fisher).