Review: Cambridge Cloud And Precipitation Microphysics July 2009 eBook

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This book focuses specifically on bin and bulk parameterizations for the prediction
of cloud and precipitation at various scales - the cloud scale, mesoscale, synoptic
scale, and the global climate scale. It provides a background to the fundamental
principles of parameterization physics, including processes involved in the production
of clouds, ice particles, liquid water, snow aggregate, graupel and hail. It presents
full derivations of the parameterizations, allowing readers to build parameterization
packages, with varying levels of complexity based on information in the book.
Architectures for a range of dynamical models are given, in which parameterizations
form a significant tool for investigating large non-linear numerical systems. Model
codes are available online at Written for researchers
and advanced students of cloud and precipitation microphysics, this book is also
a valuable reference for all atmospheric scientists involved in models of numerical
weather prediction.


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