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Atmospheric chemistry and global change / edited by Guy P. Brasseur, John J. Orlando, Geoffrey S. Tyndall.

Contributor(s): Brasseur, Guy | Orlando, John J. (John Joseph), 1960- | Tyndall, Geoffrey S. (Geoffrey Stuart), 1955- | National Center for Atmospheric Research (U.S.).
Series: Topics in environmental chemistry. Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1999Description: xviii, 654 p., [16] p. of ill. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0195105214 (cloth).Subject(s): Atmospheric chemistryDDC classification: 551.51/1 LOC classification: QC879.6 | .A85 1999
Contents:
1. Atmospheric Chemistry and the Earth System -- pt. 1. Fundamentals. 2. Atmospheric Dynamics and Transport. 3. Chemical and Photochemical Processes. 4. Aerosols and Clouds. 5. Trace Gas Exchanges and Biogeochemical Cycles -- pt. 2. Chemical Families. 6. Hydrogen Compounds. 7. Nitrogen Compounds. 8. Halogen Compounds. 9. Carbon-Containing Compounds. 10. Sulfur Compounds -- pt. 3. Tools. 11. Observational Methods: Instruments and Platforms. 12. Modeling -- pt. 4. Ozone, Climate, and Global Change. 13. Tropospheric Ozone. 14. Middle Atmospheric Ozone. 15. Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate. 16. Atmospheric Evolution and Global Perspective. App. A. Physical Constants and Other Data -- App. B. Units, Conversion Factors, and Multiplying Prefixes -- App. C. Atmospheric Parameters and Mixing Ratios of Chemical Constituents -- App. D. Chemical Species in the Atmosphere -- App. E. Rate Coefficients for Second-Order Gas-Phase Reactions.
Summary: Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Change presents an integrated examination of chemical processes in the atmosphere, focusing on global-scale problems and their role in the evolution of the Earth system. Taking a largely interdisciplinary approach, it features the collective efforts of a group of scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), as well as other experts from several universities and national laboratories. Ideal for graduate courses in atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric science, Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Change also serves as an authoritative and practical reference for scientists studying the Earth's atmosphere.
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Result of a collective effort undertaken by a group of scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Atmospheric Chemistry and the Earth System --
pt. 1. Fundamentals. 2. Atmospheric Dynamics and Transport. 3. Chemical and Photochemical Processes. 4. Aerosols and Clouds. 5. Trace Gas Exchanges and Biogeochemical Cycles --
pt. 2. Chemical Families. 6. Hydrogen Compounds. 7. Nitrogen Compounds. 8. Halogen Compounds. 9. Carbon-Containing Compounds. 10. Sulfur Compounds --
pt. 3. Tools. 11. Observational Methods: Instruments and Platforms. 12. Modeling --
pt. 4. Ozone, Climate, and Global Change. 13. Tropospheric Ozone. 14. Middle Atmospheric Ozone. 15. Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate. 16. Atmospheric Evolution and Global Perspective. App. A. Physical Constants and Other Data --
App. B. Units, Conversion Factors, and Multiplying Prefixes --
App. C. Atmospheric Parameters and Mixing Ratios of Chemical Constituents --
App. D. Chemical Species in the Atmosphere --
App. E. Rate Coefficients for Second-Order Gas-Phase Reactions.

Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Change presents an integrated examination of chemical processes in the atmosphere, focusing on global-scale problems and their role in the evolution of the Earth system. Taking a largely interdisciplinary approach, it features the collective efforts of a group of scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), as well as other experts from several universities and national laboratories. Ideal for graduate courses in atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric science, Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Change also serves as an authoritative and practical reference for scientists studying the Earth's atmosphere.

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