Free eBook Microphysical Processes in Clouds download
by K.C. Young
Author: K.C. Young
Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 16, 1993)
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Subcategory: Biological Sciences
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It would be a worthy text for a course aimed at higher level undergraduate or graduate students. It is also good reading for anyone with a thermodynamic and meteorological background interested in the current state of cloud physics. -Pure and Applied Geophysics. Professor Young received his P. from the University of Chicago specializing in numerical modeling of cloud microphysical processes.
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Cambridge Core - Atmospheric Science and Meteorology - Physical Processes in Clouds and Cloud Modeling - by Alexander P. Khain. Microphysical Processes in Ice and Mixed-Phase Clouds. Physical Processes in Clouds and Cloud Modeling - by Alexander P. Khain July 2018.
The microphysical processes characterizing transformation of cloud particles are typically accompanied by phase transitions and latent heat release determine, to a large extent, the type, dynamics, and structure of clouds. There are several classic books on cloud physics and cloud microphysical processes, among them are the following (see the References in Chapter 1 for details): A Short Course in Cloud Physics by Rogers and Yau (1996); the fundamental book Cloud Microphysics and Precipitation by Pruppacher and Klett (1997); Cloud and Precipitation Microphysics by Straka (2009)
This text introduces students to the processes that govern the formation of water and ice particles, and the role of these interactions in cloud development
This text introduces students to the processes that govern the formation of water and ice particles, and the role of these interactions in cloud development. Intended to provide a clear framework in light of current developments, the work focuses on the interactive dynamics of cloud systems rather than isolated microphysical processes.
Once a cloud extends to altitudes where the temperature is below 0°C, ice crystals may form by the homogeneous freezing of. .An Introduction to Clouds.
Once a cloud extends to altitudes where the temperature is below 0°C, ice crystals may form by the homogeneous freezing of cloud droplets or by the heterogeneous ice nucleation, as discussed below in Section . Heterogeneous ice nucleation takes place with the help of ice nucleating particles (INPs) and can occur via different pathways depending on the temperature and supersaturation (Section .
1988) Cloud Microphysical Processes Relevant to Cloud Chemistry. Fowler D. (eds) Acid Deposition at High Elevation Sites. NATO ASI Series (Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences), vol 252. Springer, Dordrecht. Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht. Print ISBN 978-94-010-7883-2. Online ISBN 978-94-009-3079-7. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive.
It also discusses cloud microphysical processes that are thought to be responsible for the electrification of thunderstorms. Types of Microphysical Processes and Categories of Water Substance in Clouds. The chapter ends with the discussion on chemical processes within and around clouds, which play important roles in atmospheric chemistry, including the formation of acid rain. View chapter Purchase book.
This book provides the most comprehensive treatment to date of the microphysical processes which lead to cloud and .
This book provides the most comprehensive treatment to date of the microphysical processes which lead to cloud and precipitation formation. Emphasis is placed on presenting a quantitative description of the various mechanisms (. nucleation, diffusional growth and evaporation, collisional growth and breakup) which lead to the formation of cloud and precipitation particles, individually and in populations. The book is directed primarily at undergraduate and graduate level students of cloud physics, as well as specialists in the field of aerosol physics, cloud dynamics, climate modelling, air chemistry, air pollution, and weather modification.
The sensitivity of predictions of climate variations to assumptions about the microphysical processes has led to new approaches to atmospheric measurements and to heightened interest and progress in understanding the physical chemistry, radiative properties, and kinetics of small solid and liquid aqueous particles. Message Subject (Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from Science.