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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. M. Hantel, H. Kraus, C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 1-5
  3. M. Hantel, H. Kraus, C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 5-9
  4. M. Hantel, H. Kraus, C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 10-18
  5. M. Hantel, H. Kraus, C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 19-25
  6. M. Hantel, H. Kraus, C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 25-26
  7. M. Hantel, H. Kraus, C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 27-28
  8. H. Kraus
    Pages 29-31
  9. H. Kraus
    Pages 32-33
  10. H. Kraus
    Pages 33-49
  11. H. Kraus
    Pages 57-72
  12. H. Kraus
    Pages 73-74
  13. H. Kraus
    Pages 75-80
  14. H. Kraus
    Pages 88-92
  15. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 93-94
  16. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 94-95
  17. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 98-100
  18. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 100-100
  19. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 101-108
  20. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 108-110
  21. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 111-116
  22. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 116-121
  23. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 122-125
  24. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 126-139
  25. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 145-146
  26. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 146-147
  27. C.-D. Schönwiese
    Pages 148-150
  28. D. Etling
    Pages 151-152
  29. D. Etling
    Pages 152-153
  30. D. Etling
    Pages 153-160
  31. D. Etling
    Pages 160-161
  32. D. Etling
    Pages 161-163
  33. D. Etling
    Pages 164-170
  34. D. Etling
    Pages 170-176
  35. D. Etling
    Pages 176-179
  36. D. Etling
    Pages 179-180
  37. D. Etling
    Pages 180-181
  38. D. Etling
    Pages 182-183
  39. D. Etling
    Pages 183-184
  40. D. Etling
    Pages 184-188

About this book

Introduction

Meteorology was first considered in Landolt-Börnstein in Volume III (published 1952) of the 6th Edition. At that time, nine contributions with 153 pages seemed enough. In the meantime, meteorology has experienced a worldwide boom owing to the growing interest in environmental problems. New observation and evaluation methods together with high performance computers have produced an ever increasing amount of data on the atmosphere, which are being exploited for weather and climate problems in various ways. In addition to the improved knowledge gained directly by these observations they are indispensable in the verification of the diagnosed and predicted atmospheric states obtained by mathematically based weather forecasting and climate models. Volume V/4 of the New Series covers the field of meteorology as the physics of the atmosphere in several subvolumes. The first, V/4 a "Thermodynamical and dynamical structures of the global atmosphere", appeared in 1986. It was followed by subvolume V/4 b dealing with the physical and chemical data of the atmosphere. Subvolume V/4 c is concerned with the physical and meteorological aspects of climate. The first part, V/4 c 1, presented here, contains contributions on climate definition, specific surfaces climates, climate variations, and the planetary boundary layer. The second part, V/4 c 2, will treat the present global surface climate and the mathematical and physical concepts of climate modelling.

Keywords

Meteorology Weather forecasting atmosphere climate climatology environment physics

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b33884
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-17473-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-31374-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0942-8003
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9565
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