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  • Book and Media Walkthrough
    • Forecasting student success
    • Real world applications
    • The latest science
    • Principles & tools of meteorology
    • Structured learning
    • Before-Class Learning
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Digital Resources for Instructors
  • About the Authors
  • Part 1: Energy and Mass
    • Chapter 1: Composition and Structure of the Atmosphere
      • 1–1 Focus on Aviation: Winter Storms and Air Travel
      • The Atmosphere, Weather, and Climate
      • The Scientific Method and Atmospheric Science
        • Applying the Scientific Method
        • Variations on the Scientific Method
        • The Nature of Hypotheses and Scientific Theories
      • Thickness of the Atmosphere
      • Factors Affecting the Composition and Vertical Structure of the Atmosphere
        • Gas Exchange, Equilibrium Conditions, and Residence Times
        • The Homosphere and Heterosphere
      • Composition of the Atmosphere
        • The Permanent Gases
        • Variable Gases
        • 1–2 Physical Principles: Photosynthesis, Respiration, and the Global Carbon Cycle
      • Atmospheric Density and Pressure
        • Density
        • 1–3 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Depletion of the Ozone Layer
        • Pressure
      • Layers of the Atmosphere
        • Layering Based on Temperature Profiles
        • 1–4 Physical Principles: The Three Temperature Scales
        • A Layer Based on Electrical Properties: The Ionosphere
      • Origin and Evolution of the Atmosphere
        • Evolution of the Atmosphere
      • Some Weather Basics
        • Temperature
        • Humidity
        • Atmospheric Pressure and Wind
        • Mapping Air Pressure
        • Station Models
      • A Brief History of Meteorology
        • Early Atmospheric Scientists
        • Nineteenth-Century Progress
        • The Development of Modern Weather Forecasting
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 2: Solar Radiation and the Seasons
      • Energy
        • Kinds of Energy
        • Heat Transfer Mechanisms
      • Characteristics of Radiation
        • Radiation Quantity and Quality
        • Intensity and Wavelengths of Emitted Radiation
        • 2–1 Physical Principles: The Nature of Radiation, Absorption, and Emission
      • The Solar Constant
        • 2–2 Physical Principles: The Sun
      • The Causes of Earth’s Seasons
        • Earth’s Revolution and Rotation
        • Solstices and Equinoxes
      • Effects of Earth’s Changing Orientation
        • Period of Daylight
        • Solar Angle
        • Overall Effects of Period of Daylight, Solar Angle, and Beam Depletion
        • Changes in Energy Receipt with Latitude
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 3: Energy Balance and Temperature
      • Atmospheric Influences on Insolation
        • Absorption
        • Reflection and Scattering
        • Transmission
        • Spatial Distribution of Solar Radiation
      • The Fate of Solar Radiation
        • Atmospheric Absorption
        • Atmospheric Backscattering
        • Absorption and Reflection at the Surface
      • Energy Transfer Processes
        • Surface–Atmosphere Radiation Exchange
        • 3–1 Physical Principles: Selective Absorption by Water Vapor and Carbon Dioxide
        • Conduction
        • Convection
        • Sensible Heat
        • Latent Heat
        • Net Radiation and Global Temperature
        • Latitudinal Variations
      • The Greenhouse Effect
        • 3–2 Physical Principles: Earth’s Equilibrium Temperature
      • Global Temperature Distributions
      • Influences on Temperature
        • Latitude
        • Altitude and Elevation
        • Atmospheric Circulation Patterns
        • Contrasts Between Land and Water
        • Warm and Cold Ocean Currents
        • Local Conditions
      • Daily and Annual Temperature Patterns
        • Daytime Heating and Nighttime Cooling
        • Effects of Cloud Cover and Wind
        • Annual Cycle
      • Measurement of Temperature
        • Instrument Shelters
      • Temperature Means and Ranges
        • Global Extremes
        • 3–3 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Recent Severe Heat Waves
      • Some Useful Temperature Indices
        • Wind Chill Temperatures
        • Heating and Cooling Degree-Days
        • Growing Degree-Days
      • Thermodynamic Diagrams and Vertical Temperature Profiles
      • Our Warming Planet
        • Recent Observed Changes in Temperature
        • Changes in the Occurrences of Extreme Heat and Cold
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 4: Atmospheric Pressure and Wind
      • The Concept of Pressure
        • 4–1 Physical Principles: Velocity, Acceleration, Force, and Pressure
      • Vertical and Horizontal Changes in Pressure
      • The Equation of State
        • 4–2 Physical Principles: Variations in Density
      • Measuring Pressure
        • Mercury Barometers
        • Aneroid Barometers
      • The Distribution of Pressure
        • Pressure Gradients
        • 4–3 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Owens Lake Dust Storms
        • Hydrostatic Equilibrium
        • 4–4 Physical Principles: The Hydrostatic Equation
      • Horizontal Pressure Gradients in the Upper Atmosphere
      • Forces Affecting the Speed and Direction of the Wind
        • The Coriolis Force
        • Friction
      • Winds Aloft and Near the Surface
        • Winds in the Upper Atmosphere
        • 4–5 Physical Principles: The Coriolis Force
        • Gradient Flow
        • Near-Surface Winds
      • Anticyclones, Cyclones, Troughs, and Ridges
        • Anticyclones
        • Cyclones
        • Troughs and Ridges
      • Measuring Wind
        • 4–6 Focus on Aviation: Using Altimeters to Monitor Altitude
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Part 2: Water in the Atmosphere
    • Chapter 5: Atmospheric Moisture
      • The Hydrologic Cycle
      • Water Vapor and Liquid Water
        • Evaporation and Condensation
      • Indices of Water Vapor Content
        • Vapor Pressure
        • Absolute Humidity
        • Specific Humidity
        • Mixing Ratio
        • Relative Humidity
        • Dew Point
      • Measuring Humidity
        • 5–1 Forecasting: Dew Point and Nighttime Minimum Temperatures
        • 5–2 Forecasting: Water Vapor Satellite Imagery
      • Distribution of Water Vapor
        • 5–3 Forecasting: Vertical Profiles of Moisture
      • Processes That Cause Saturation
      • Factors Affecting Saturation and Condensation
        • Effect of Curvature
        • The Role of Condensation Nuclei
        • 5–4 Focus on Aviation: Icing
      • Cooling the Air to the Dew or Frost Point
        • Diabatic Processes
        • Adiabatic Processes
        • 5–5 Physical Principles: Adiabatic Lapse Rates and the First Law of Thermodynamics
        • The Environmental Lapse Rate
        • 5–6 Physical Principles: The Varying Value of the Saturated Adiabatic Lapse Rate
      • Forms of Condensation and Deposition
        • Dew
        • Frost
        • Frozen Dew
        • Fog
      • Distribution of Fog
      • Formation and Dissipation of Cloud Droplets
      • High Humidity and Human Discomfort
        • 5–7 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: High Temperatures and Human Health
      • Atmospheric Moisture and Climate Change
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 6: Cloud Development and Forms
      • Mechanisms That Lift Air
        • Orographic Uplift
        • Frontal Lifting
        • Convergence
        • Localized Convection
      • Static Stability and the Environmental Lapse Rate
        • Buoyancy, Static Stability, and Lapse Rates
        • Absolutely Unstable Air
        • Absolutely Stable Air
        • Conditionally Unstable Air
        • 6–1 Forecasting: Determining Stability from Thermodynamic Diagrams
        • Static and Potential Instability
      • Factors Influencing the Environmental Lapse Rate
        • Heating or Cooling of the Lower Atmosphere
        • Advection of Cold and Warm Air at Different Levels
        • 6–2 Forecasting: Potential Instability
        • Advection of an Air Mass with a Different ELR
      • Limitations on the Lifting of Unstable Air
        • A Layer of Stable Air
        • Entrainment
      • Extremely Stable Air: Inversions
        • 6–3 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Radiation Inversions and Human Activities
      • Cloud Types
        • High Clouds
        • Middle Clouds
        • Low Clouds
        • Clouds with Vertical Development
        • Unusual Clouds
        • 6–4 Focus on Aviation: Responding to Icing in Different Types of Clouds
        • 6–5 Forecasting: Why Clouds Have Clearly Defined Boundaries
      • Cloud Coverage and Observation
        • Surface-Based Observation of Clouds
        • Cloud Observation by Satellite
        • 6–6 Physical Principles: The Surprising Composition of Clouds
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 7: Precipitation Processes
      • Growth of Cloud Droplets
        • Growth by Condensation
        • Growth in Warm Clouds
        • 7–1 Physical Principles: Why Cloud Droplets Don’t Fall
        • Growth in Cool and Cold Clouds
      • Distribution and Forms of Precipitation
        • Snow
        • Rain
        • Graupel and Hail
        • 7–2 Physical Principles: The Effect of Hail Size on Damage
        • Sleet
        • Freezing Rain
      • Measuring Precipitation
        • Rain Gauges
        • Snow Measurement
        • Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network
      • Cloud Seeding
        • 7–3 Focus on Aviation: Fog Seeding at Airports
        • 7–4 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Floods in the Midwestern United States
      • Floods
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Part 3: Distribution and Movement of Air
    • Chapter 8: Atmospheric Circulation and Pressure Distributions
      • The Concept of Scale
      • Single-Cell Model
      • The Three-Cell Model
        • The Hadley Cell
        • 8–1 Physical Principles: Maintaining General Circulation
        • The Ferrel and Polar Cells
        • The Three-Cell Model vs. Reality: The Bottom Line
      • Semipermanent Pressure Cells
      • The Upper Troposphere
        • Westerly Winds in the Upper Atmosphere
        • The Polar Front and Jet Streams
        • Troughs and Ridges
        • Rossby Waves
        • 8–2 Physical Principles: The Movement of Rossby Waves
        • 8–3 Physical Principles: The Dishpan Experiment
        • Atmospheric Rivers
      • Ocean Circulation
        • Causes of Ocean Currents
        • Upwelling and Downwelling
      • Major Wind Systems
        • Monsoons
        • Foehn, Chinook, and Santa Ana Winds
        • 8–4 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Wildfires
        • Katabatic Winds
        • Sea and Land Breezes
        • Valley and Mountain Breezes
      • Ocean–Atmosphere Interactions
        • El Niño, La Niña, and the Walker Cell
        • Pacific Decadal Oscillation
        • 8–5 Physical Principles: What Causes El Niños and La Niñas?
        • Arctic Oscillation and North Atlantic Oscillation
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 9: Air Masses and Fronts
      • Air Masses and Their Source Regions
        • Source Regions
      • Air Mass Formation
        • Continental Polar (cP) and Continental Arctic (cA) Air Masses
        • Maritime Polar (mP) Air Masses
        • Continental Tropical (cT) Air Masses
        • Maritime Tropical (mT) Air Masses
      • Fronts
        • 9–1 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Air Mass Weather: Oppressive Heat and Humidity
        • 9–2 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: The Pineapple Express
        • Cold Fronts
        • Warm Fronts
        • 9–3 Focus on Severe Weather: A Cold Front Chills Louisiana
        • Stationary Fronts
        • Occluded Fronts
        • Drylines
        • 9–4 Focus on Severe Weather: Interacting Air Masses Spawn a Powerful Nor’easter
        • 9–5 Focus on Aviation: Density Altitude and Aircraft Performance
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Part 4: Disturbances
    • Chapter 10: Midlatitude Cyclones
      • Polar Front Theory
      • The Life Cycle of a Midlatitude Cyclone
        • Cyclogenesis
        • Mature Cyclones
        • Occlusion
        • Location and Movement of Cyclones
        • 10–1 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: 2013 Great Plains Blizzard
      • Processes of the Middle and Upper Troposphere
        • Rossby Waves and Vorticity
      • Surface Fronts and Upper-Level Patterns
        • 10–2 Physical Principles: Vorticity and the Maintenance of Rossby Waves
        • 10–3 Physical Principles: A Closer Look at Divergence and Convergence
        • Cold Fronts and the Formation of Upper-Level Troughs
        • 10–4 Forecasting: Short Waves in the Upper Atmosphere and Their Effect on Surface Conditions
        • Interaction of Surface and Upper-Level Conditions
      • An Example of a Midlatitude Cyclone
        • April 15
        • April 16
        • April 17
        • April 18
      • Flow Patterns and Large-Scale Weather
        • The Steering of Midlatitude Cyclones
        • Migration of Surface Cyclones Relative to Rossby Waves
      • The Modern View: Midlatitude Cyclones and Conveyor Belts
      • Anticyclones
      • Climate Change and Midlatitude Cyclones
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 11: Lightning, Thunder, and Tornadoes
      • Processes of Lightning Formation
        • Charge Separation
        • 11–1 Physical Principles: Electricity in the Atmosphere
        • Leaders, Strokes, and Flashes
        • Types of Lightning
        • 11–2 Focus on Severe Weather: A Personal Account of Ball Lightning
        • Thunder
      • Lightning Safety
        • 11–3 Focus on Aviation: Lightning and Aircraft
      • Thunderstorms: Air Mass, Multicell, and Supercell
        • Air Mass Thunderstorms
        • Multicell and Supercell Storms
        • Downbursts, Derechos, Microbursts, and Haboobs
        • 11–4 Forecasting: Doppler Radar
      • Floods and Flash Floods
        • 11–5 Focus on Aviation: Microbursts
      • Distribution of Thunderstorms
      • Tornadoes
        • Tornado Characteristics and Dimensions
        • Tornado Formation
        • The Location and Timing of Tornadoes
      • Tornado Hazards and Forecasting
        • Tornado Damage
        • Tornado Outbreaks
        • Trends in U.S. Tornado Occurrence
        • Fatalities
        • Saving Lives: Watches and Warnings
        • 11–6 Focus on Severe Weather: Deadly 2011 and 2013 Tornado Seasons
        • Tornado Forecasting: Convective Outlooks
      • Waterspouts
        • 11–7 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Life and Death Decisions with the Threat of To
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 12: Tropical Storms and Hurricanes
      • Hurricanes Around the Globe: The Tropical Setting
      • Hurricane Characteristics
      • Hurricane Structure
        • Temperature Gradients Within a Hurricane
        • The Eye and the Eye Wall—A Closer Look
      • Steps in the Formation of Hurricanes
        • Tropical Disturbances
        • Tropical Depressions and Tropical Storms
        • Hurricanes
        • 12–1 Forecasting: Naming Hurricanes
        • Conditions Necessary for Hurricane Formation
      • Hurricane Movement and Dissipation
        • Hurricane Paths
        • Hurricane Dissipation
        • 12–2 Focus on Severe Weather: 2005—A Historic Hurricane Season
        • Effect of Landfall
      • Hurricane Destruction and Fatalities
        • Wind
        • Heavy Rain
        • 12–3 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Superstorm Sandy, 2012
        • Tornadoes
        • Storm Surges
        • Hurricane Fatalities
        • 12–4 Focus on Severe Weather: Hurricane Katrina
      • Hurricane Forecasts and Advisories
        • Hurricane Watches and Warnings
        • Hurricane Intensity Scale
      • Recent (and Future?) Trends in Hurricane Activity
        • Effects of Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation
        • Effects of Climate Change
        • 12–5 Focus on Severe Weather: The Galveston Hurricane of 1900
        • 12–6 Focus on Severe Weather: Recent Deadly Cyclones
        • 12–7 Focus on Aviation: Airports’ and Airlines’ Response to Hurricanes
        • Factors Affecting Future Trends
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Part 5: Weather Forecasting and Human Impacts on the Atmosphere
    • Chapter 13: Weather Forecasting and Analysis
      • Weather Forecasting— Both Art and Science
        • The Work of a Forecaster
      • Why Is Weather Forecasting Imperfect?
      • Forecasting Methods
      • Types of Forecasts
      • Assessing Forecasts
      • Data Acquisition and Dissemination
      • Forecast Procedures and Products
        • Phases in Numerical Modeling
        • Models Employed
        • 13–1 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Forecasting the Winter of 2013–2014
      • Weather Maps and Images
        • 13–2 Focus on Aviation: Special Forecasts and Observations for Pilots
        • Surface Maps
        • Upper-Level Maps
        • Satellite Images
        • Radar Images
      • Thermodynamic Diagrams
        • Lifted Index
        • K-Index
      • Numerical Forecast Models
        • Scale Considerations
        • Horizontal Representation
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 14: Human Effects on the Atmosphere
      • Atmospheric Pollutants
        • Particulates
        • 14–1 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Severe Pollution Episodes
        • Carbon Oxides
        • Sulfur Compounds
        • Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
        • Volatile Organic Compounds (Hydrocarbons)
        • Photochemical Smog
        • Air Quality Index
      • Atmospheric Conditions and Air Pollution
        • Effect of Winds on Horizontal Transport
        • Effect of Atmospheric Stability
      • The Counteroffensive on Air Pollution
        • 14–2 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Smog in Southern California
      • Urban Heat Islands
        • Radiation Effects
        • Changes in Heat Storage
        • Sensible and Latent Heat Transfer
        • Urban Heat Islands and the Detection of Climate Change?
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Part 6: Current, Past, and Future Climates
    • Chapter 15: Earth’s Climates
      • Climate and Controlling Factors
        • Statistical Properties of Climates
        • Climate Variables
        • Controlling Factors
        • Oceans as a Factor in Climate
        • Classifying Climates
        • 15–1 Physical Principles: The Thornthwaite Classification System
      • The Koeppen System
        • Climate Regions over the Oceans
      • Tropical Climates
        • Tropical Wet (Af)
        • Monsoonal (Am)
        • Tropical Wet and Dry (Aw)
      • Dry Climates
        • Subtropical Desert (BWh)
        • Subtropical Steppe (BSh)
        • Midlatitude Desert (BWk)
        • Midlatitude Steppe (BSk)
      • Mild Midlatitude Climates
        • 15–2 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: North American Prairies
        • Mediterranean (Csa, Csb)
        • Humid Subtropical (Cfa, Cwa)
        • Marine West Coast (Cfb, Cfc)
      • Severe Midlatitude Climates
        • Humid Continental (Dfa, Dfb, Dwa, Dwb)
        • Subarctic (Dfc, Dfd, Dwc, Dwd)
      • Polar Climates
        • Tundra (ET)
        • Ice Cap (EF)
        • Highland Climates (H)
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
    • Chapter 16: Climate Changes: Past and Future
      • Defining Climate Change
        • Blaming Climate Change
      • Methods for Determining Past Climates
        • Oceanic Deposits
        • Ice Cores
        • Remnant Landforms
        • Past Vegetation
      • Past Climates
        • Warm Intervals and Ice Ages
        • The Pleistocene
        • The Last Glacial Maximum
        • The Holocene
        • The Last Century
        • 16–1 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
      • Factors Involved in Climatic Change
        • Variations in Solar Output
        • Changes in Earth’s Orbit
        • Changes in Land Configuration and Surface Characteristics
        • Changes in Atmospheric Turbidity
        • Changes in Radiation-Absorbing Gases
        • 16–2 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Carbon Dioxide and the Oceans
      • Feedback Mechanisms
        • Ice-Albedo Feedback
        • Water Vapor and Cloud Feedbacks
        • Atmosphere–Biota Interactions
        • 16–3 Focus on the Environment and Societal Impacts: Plant Migrations and Global Change
      • Atmosphere–Ocean Interactions
        • Warming Temperatures and Sea Levels
        • Changes in Ocean Circulation
      • Projecting Climate Changes
        • Identifying the Causes of Climate Change
        • General Circulation Models
        • Predicted Temperature Trends Through the 21st Century
        • Other Effects of Climate Change
        • 16–4 Focus on the Environmental and Societal Impacts: Challenges, Mitigation, and Adaptation
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Part 7: Atmospheric Optics and Appendices
    • Chapter 17: Atmospheric Optics
      • Refraction
        • Refraction and the Setting or Rising Sun
        • Mirages
      • Cloud and Precipitation Optics
        • Rainbows
        • Halos, Sundogs, and Sun Pillars
        • Coronas and Glories
      • Summary
      • Key Terms
      • Review Questions
      • Critical Thinking
      • Problems & Exercises
      • Visual Analysis
  • Appendix A: Units of Measurement and Conversions
  • Appendix B: The Standard Atmosphere
  • Appendix C: Simplified Weather Map Symbols
  • Appendix D: Weather Extremes
  • Glossary
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    • B
    • C
    • D
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    • P
    • Q
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    • X
    • Y
    • Z
  • Credits
  • Index
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D
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  • Cloud Guide
  • Temperature Change 2081–2100 (Projected)

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