Best Books – Climate and Ocean System

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Climate and Ocean System 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 and Ocean System along with reviews.

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1. “Intraseasonal Variability in the Atmosphere-Ocean Climate System” by William K M Lau and Duane E Waliser

“Intraseasonal Variability in the Atmosphere-Ocean Climate System” Book Review: This book provides introductory material about the polar oceans, more specifically the ice covered areas and peripheral seas as observed by satellite sensors. It is a comprehensive review of intra-seasonal variability (ISV); the contents are balanced between observation, theory and modeling. Starting with an overview of ISV and historical observations, the book addresses the coupling between ocean and atmosphere, and the worldwide role of ISV in monsoon variability. Also considered are the connections between oscillations like the Madden, Julian and El Nino/Southern and short-term climate. The book covers a wide range of topics ranging from Fundamental Characteristics of the Polar Oceans and Their Sea Ice Cover, Geophysical Parameters and Algorithms for High Latitude Applications, Decadal Changes, Correlations, and Extra-Polar Connections.

2. “Land-Ocean Systems in the Siberian Arctic: Dynamics and History” by Heidemarie Kassens and Henning A Bauch

“Land-Ocean Systems in the Siberian Arctic: Dynamics and History” Book Review: In this book overview of the the major comprehensive research program combining the efforts of several projects addressed both oceanic and terrestrial processes, and their consequences for marine and terrestrial biota, landscape evolution as well as land-ocean interactions is described. The primary scientific goal of the multidisciplinary program was to decipher past climate variations and their impact on contemporary environmental changes. Based on a multidisciplinary approach, German and Russian scientists describe in this book the natural paleo records and modern data which were collected over the past 6 years. These marine and terrestrial datasets provide important new insights into the causes, impacts, and feedback mechanisms of this extreme Arctic environment.

3. “Oceans-Climate Explorer TM” by EOA Scientific Systems Inc

“Oceans-Climate Explorer TM” Book Review: This text has oceanographic data collected in the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait during 1891-2006 by the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Russian Ministry of Fisheries, and the Hydro-Meteorological Service of Russia. Oceans are the heart of our planet’s weather and climate systems. Covering more than 70% of the Earth’s surface, oceans absorb huge amounts of solar energy. Currents carry this heat around the globe, regulating climate in the same way your blood and circulatory system regulates your body’s temperature. The user learns science while having fun, experiencing ocean concepts rather than memorizing them. It will improve test results and increase students’ attention and involvement in Oceanography topics.

4. “Data, Models and Analysis: The Highest Impact Articles in ‘Atmosphere-Ocean'” by Guoqi Han and Hai Lin

“Data, Models and Analysis: The Highest Impact Articles in ‘Atmosphere-Ocean’” Book Review: Ten most cited articles that have appeared in the journal Atmosphere-Ocean since 1995 are summarized in this book. These articles cover a wide range of topics in meteorology, climatology and oceanography. Modelling work is represented in five papers, covering global climate model development; a cumulus parameterization scheme for global climate models; development of a regional forecast modelling system and parameterization of peatland hydraulic processes for climate models. Data rehabilitation and compilation in order to support trend analysis work on comprehensive precipitation and temperature data sets is presented in four papers. Field studies are represented by a paper on the circumpolar lead system. While the modelling studies are global in their application and applicability, the data analysis and field study papers cover environments that are specifically, but not uniquely, Canadian. Researchers, students and professionals in the various sub-fields of meteorology, oceanography and climate science will find this book very useful.

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