New Releases for ‘Developments in Weather and Climate Science’
This year, the Society published three new titles in its academic book series, Developments in Weather and Climate Science. Covering all aspects of meteorology and related sciences, the series combines the underpinning principles of atmospheric, oceanic, and climatic science with recent developments in the field.
In August, Tropical Cyclones: Observations and Basic Processes was the latest title to be released, accessible to advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and hurricane forecasters.
Also published in 2023, are Climate Change, Community Response and Resilience, and Geophysical Convection Dynamics. Whilst the former provides insights on socio-ecological sustainability, the latter gives emphasis to the geophysical applications of convection dynamics relevant to fields across the earth and environmental sciences, chemistry and engineering.
Meteorology is inherently multi-disciplinary, involving aspects of physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer science, and other basic disciplines. What makes the Developments in Weather and Climate Science series unique is that it cuts across these traditional subject boundaries, bringing together all the elements that are important for understanding our weather and climate.
Members of the Royal Meteorological Society are eligible for a 35% discount on all Developments in Weather and Climate Science series titles, available via their membership dashboard.