An Introduction to the Meteorology and Climate of the Tropics

English | Dec. 21, 2015 | ISBN: 1119086221 | 328 Pages | PDF | 76.37 MB

What do we mean by the tropics? The weather and the climates it produces across the tropical zone are significantly different from those experienced by the people living in higher latitudes, so forecasters across Europe and much of North America are unfamiliar with its effects. In this book, Jim Galvin demystifies the topic in this zone that is increasingly of interest to those studying weather and climate.


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