Best Reference Books – Climate Modeling

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

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Climate Modeling 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 "Climate Modeling" 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. “Climate Change and Climate Modeling” by J David Neelin

“Climate Change and Climate Modeling” Book Review: This book is for the users of climate models and the decision-makers of tomorrow. It talks about climate science, global warming, natural climate variations, climate models, strengths limitations, and aspects of climate science. This book has online resources of color figures, PowerPoint slides, and problem sets.

2. “Climate Modeling for Scientists and Engineers (Mathematical Modeling and Computation)” by John B Drake

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“Climate Modeling for Scientists and Engineers (Mathematical Modeling and Computation)” Book Review: This book is for graduate students in science, engineering, computational science, and engineering researchers. It discusses PDEs used to model weather and climate, covering numerical methods for geophysical flows, parallel algorithms, and high-performance computing for weather and climate simulations. It provides students with supplemental lectures and MATLAB exercises.

3. “Mathematical Modeling for Climate Change Induced Malaria Transmission” by Loha Abraham

“Mathematical Modeling for Climate Change Induced Malaria Transmission” Book Review: This book formulated a SIRS model to study the effects of Climate change on Malaria transmission dynamics in Ethiopia. It involves the human host and mosquito vector. It talks about the variation of temperature due to climate change and the practical relation of temperature with time.

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4. “Atmospheric Aerosols Characterization, Chemistry, Modeling and Climate” by Kalliat T Valsaraj and Raghava R Kommalapati

“Atmospheric Aerosols Characterization, Chemistry, Modeling and Climate” Book Review: This book describes the characteristics of atmospheric aerosols, the chemistry of aerosols, and the interplay between aerosol modeling and global climate changes. It is classified into three sections. The first section includes three chapters that talk about the role of morphology on aerosol particle reactivity, the second covers the surface activity of perfluorinated compounds at the air-water interface, atmospheric chemistry of urban surface films, photochemistry of secondary organic aerosol formed from oxidation of monoterpenes, and the third section includes understanding climatic effects of aerosols, modeling radiative effects of aerosols, environmental effects to residential New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, indoor sediment, vapor-phase, and aerosolized contaminants.

5. “Modeling Dynamic Climate Systems (Modeling Dynamic Systems)” by Walter A Robinson

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“Modeling Dynamic Climate Systems (Modeling Dynamic Systems)” Book Review: This book includes the stability of the climate, the earth’s energy balance, parcel dynamics in the atmosphere, the mechanisms of heat transport in the climate system, and mechanisms of climate variability. It explains how the different components of climate systems function, interact with each other, and vary over time.

6. “Modeling Potential Impact of Climate Change in Semi-Arid Areas” by Kirina Kitinya and Kironchi Geoffrey

“Modeling Potential Impact of Climate Change in Semi-Arid Areas” Book Review: This book is produced for agricultural extension workers, students, and researchers in the agricultural field, and policymakers. It discusses the future of agriculture under different climate change scenarios and the contribution to climate change information in ASAL areas. It has used the APSIM crop model to simulate the potential impacts of climate change on crop production, with a focus on arid and semi-arid areas (ASALs) of Kenya.

7. “Statistical Analysis of Climate Series: Analyzing, Plotting, Modeling, and Predicting with R” by Helmut Pruscha

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“Statistical Analysis of Climate Series: Analyzing, Plotting, Modeling, and Predicting with R” Book Review: This book is written for statisticians, meteorologists, and other natural scientists. It shows the application of statistical methods to climatological data on temperature and precipitation and it provides specific techniques for treating series of yearly, monthly, and daily records. It has applied models like the ARIMA and GARCH model, and inhomogeneous Poisson methods. The potential relevance in the climate context is discussed in this book. It has dealt with some special statistical topics such as the problem of trend-, season- and autocorrelation-adjustment, and with simultaneous statistical inference.

8. “Modeling of Wheat Growth and Yield Under the Expected Climate Change” by Maze Mona

“Modeling of Wheat Growth and Yield Under the Expected Climate Change” Book Review: This book has developed a new crop simulation model that simulated the crop biomass and yield of winter wheat from collected thermal units and simple partitioning rules under the different water and weather conditions in Bavaria. It has used models like REMO, CLM, and STAR II, for estimating the expected crop behavior and distribution of winter wheat till 2100.

9. “Climate Change Modelling, Planning and Policy for Agriculture” by Anil Kumar Singh and Jagdish Chander Dagar
10. “Monitoring and Modelling Dynamic Environments” by Alan P Dykes and Mark Mulligan

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“Monitoring and Modelling Dynamic Environments” Book Review: This book focuses on the integration of different methodologies, the application of this approach to improved understanding of natural systems, and the development of appropriate strategies for environmental and resource management. It reflects Professor John’s interests through the recent work of scientists and professionals. It has short overviews of Professor John’s contributions to geomorphological research to provide meaning for the origins of this book.

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