Atmospheric Boundary Layer Flows: Their Structure and Measurement by J. C. Kaimal & J. J. Finnigan

Atmospheric Boundary Layer Flows: Their Structure and Measurement by J. C. Kaimal & J. J. Finnigan soon to be available at the outstanding BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994, Hardback.

Illustrated by way of: Graphs; Diagrams;

From the cover: Boundary Layer Meteorology is the study of the physical processes that take place in the layer of air that is most influenced by the earths underlying surface. This text gives an uncomplicated view of the structure of the boundary layer, the instruments available for measuring its mean and turbulent properties, how best to make the measurements, and ways to process and analyse the data.

The main applications of the book are in atmospheric modelling, wind engineering, air pollution, and agricultural meteorology. The authors have pioneered research on atmospheric turbulence and flow, and are noted for their contributions to the study of the boundary layer. This important work will interest atmospheric scientists, meteorologists, and students and faculty in these fields.

Near Fine.

Pictorial boards. [XIII] 289 pages. Index. 9½” x 6¼”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I beguile you with my offerings from hither or maybe further, hand picked, books in my Meteorology catalogue?

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