By Edward Linacre, Bart Geerts
Climates and Weather Explained presents a comprehensive introduction to the study of the atmosphere. Clear explanations of basic principles, concepts and processes are supported by a wealth of highly informative illustrations and an array of case studies. The authors of this innovative textbook/CD package offer valuable new insights into topical environmental concerns including climate change, global warming, sustainable population, environmental degradation, agriculture and drought. Providing resources for practical work and more advanced study, the CD-ROM features: over 170 extra scientific notes, with 60 additional illustrations and tables; interactive numerical, multiple choice and practical exercises and self-assessment tests; hypertext presentation, clear navigation; plus print-out and download options.