Best Reference Books – Advance Meteorology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Meteorology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Meteorology along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Advance Meteorology subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Advance Meteorology" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Precipitation: Advances in Measurement, Estimation and Prediction” by Silas C Michaelides

“Precipitation: Advances in Measurement, Estimation and Prediction” Book Review: The book explains the methods of measurement, estimation and prediction of precipitation. This book gives theoretical, mathematical and technical approaches to precipitation science. It discusses applications of precipitation science in local-field experiments and multinational space endeavours.

2. “Cloud Dynamics: Proceedings of a Symposium held at the Third General Assembly of IAMAP” by E M Agee and T Asai
3. “Tsunamis: Their Science and Engineering: Proceedings of the International Tsunami Symposium” by K Iida and T Iwasaki

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“Tsunamis: Their Science and Engineering: Proceedings of the International Tsunami Symposium” Book Review: The book discusses tsunami and technology related to the ways of prevention from tsunamis. The book contains information about the source of tsunami, earthquake warning system, estimation of power of tsunami, tsunami waves and spectra, production of tsunami and Tsunami run up. It describes harbor oscillation by long waves. The book also gives knowledge of the history of tsunamis.

4. “Storminess and Environmental Change (Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research)” by Nazzareno Diodato and Gianni Bellocchi

“Storminess and Environmental Change (Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research)” Book Review: This book is resourceful for both environmental scientists as well as students of graduation and post graduation. The book provides information about hydrological cycles and environmental changes. Different disciplines like hydrology, geomorphology, climatology and ecology are described with examples and models. It contains details about parsimonious hydro-climatological models. Various landscape and surface processes such as hydrologic phenomena are explained here. Consequences of climate change on mediterranean landscape, whose morphology is very complicated, is also discussed in the book thoroughly.

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5. “Glaciers of the Karakoram Himalaya (Advances in Asian Human-Environmental Research)” by Kenneth Hewitt

“Glaciers of the Karakoram Himalaya (Advances in Asian Human-Environmental Research)” Book Review: This book is a good source of information for researchers, professionals and all those who are interested in knowing about glaciers and mountains. It provides information about ice cover, glacier mass balance and dynamics, glacierized landscapes, rock glaciers, water resources and environmental hazards of karakoram himalayas. The book also helps in understanding the glacial environment, which is required to reduce concerns about the high asian cryosphere.

6. “Flood Risk Management in Europe: Innovation in Policy and Practice” by Selina Begum and Marcel J F Stive

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“Flood Risk Management in Europe: Innovation in Policy and Practice” Book Review: This book is useful for engineers, scientists, planners, policy makers, researchers and the insurance industry. The book discusses flood risk management. It also discusses engineering, hydrology, environmental studies and coastal management of floods. Risk of floods is rising day by day due to frequent change in climate, change in land use and increasing economic value of assets and management. This affects the human lives, environment and property very much. The book aims at the technical, environmental, socio-economic and policy features of floor risk management. It includes flood risk management practice, flood events and impacts, flood analysis and modelling, flood forecasting and flood risk management policy. Some technologies used for reducing risk of floods are also described.

7. “Scattered and Filtered Solar UV Measurements (Advances in Global Change Research)” by Alfio V Parisi and Jeff Sabburg

“Scattered and Filtered Solar UV Measurements (Advances in Global Change Research)” Book Review: This book provides information about the effects of scattered and filtered UV radiations. The book focuses on making people understand about the causes and effects of exposure to UV light. As exposure to UV light causes skin- cancer and eye related problems, this book provides knowledge of techniques to measure the UV radiation and to determine the exposure of humans to UV light.

8. “High-Arctic Ecosystem Dynamics in a Changing Climate: 40 (Advances in Ecological Research)” by Hans Meltofte and Torben R Christensen

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“High-Arctic Ecosystem Dynamics in a Changing Climate: 40 (Advances in Ecological Research)” Book Review: This book describes the function of Arctic ecosystems. It is a well-defined book. The changes in climate have a major effect on the arctic ecosystem. The book shows that the arctic ecosystem has basic feedback mechanisms, dealing with changes in climate. It also provides important information on modelling ecosystem responses.

9. “Advances in Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics (Springer Atmospheric Sciences)” by Costas Helmis and Panagiotis T Nastos

“Advances in Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics (Springer Atmospheric Sciences)” Book Review: This book is useful for the researchers, professionals and students who are interested in knowing about meteorology. The book provides information about agricultural meteorology and climatology, application of meteorology in the energy sector, atmospheric physics and chemistry, atmospheric radiation, atmospheric boundary layer, biometeorology and bioclimatology, climate dynamics, climate changes, cloud physics, dynamic and synoptic meteorology, extreme events, hydrology and hydrometeorology, mesoscale meteorology, micrometeorology, remote sensing, and weather analysis and forecasting.

10. “Recent Advances and Issues in Meteorology (Frontiers of Science)” by Amy J Stevermer

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“Recent Advances and Issues in Meteorology (Frontiers of Science)” Book Review: The book is helpful for students who are interested in knowing about metrology. It gives the latest developments in the field of meteorology. The book discusses weather hazards. It describes the recent technologies used to predict the weather.

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