Science of Weather, Climate and Ocean Extremes - 1st Edition

Author: John Hay

An evidence-based view of the most important ways in which the build-up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is affecting both our atmosphere and the oceans. Providing compelling reasons why concerted action is required to slow the rate at which the atmosphere and oceans are changing. This book not only covers longer-term changes in extremes and their causes, but also considers the drivers and attribution of extreme events, including relevant methods and techniques.

Key Features

  • Provides an evidence-based understanding of a significant risk to the future performance of human and natural systems
  • Includes assessments, advice and recommendations of extreme weather and climate events
  • Features case studies from around the globe to provide further context to the research

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