Developments in Weather and Climate Science
Aim & Scope
Developments in Weather and Climate Science is a comprehensive book series covering all aspects of meteorology and related sciences. Benefiting from the prestige of being published in association with the Royal Meteorological Society(opens in new tab/window), books in the series combine the underpinning principles of atmospheric, oceanic, and climatic science with recent developments in the field. Meteorology is inherently multi-disciplinary, involving aspects of physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer science, and other basic disciplines. What makes this series unique is that it cuts across these traditional subject boundaries, bringing together all the elements that are important for understanding our weather and climate.
Members of the Royal Meteorological Society are eligible for a 35% discount on all Developments in Weather and Climate Science series titles. See the RMetS member dashboard for the discount code.
Books in the series are suitable for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate study, as well as being a useful resource for professional meteorologists, climate scientists, and earth system scientists. Topics covered include atmospheric dynamics, physics and chemistry; physical oceanography; hydrology; applications of meteorology; renewable energy; air quality and pollution; environmental science; geophysical fluid dynamics; numerical and computational modelling; measurements and observations; data assimilation; weather forecasting; seasonal forecasting; climate variability; climate change; climate impacts; and space weather.
Books in the series are suitable for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate study, as well as being a useful resource for professional meteorologists, climate scientists, and earth system scientists.