volume 79, issue 45, P548-548 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00404
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J. Hornstein

Abstract: Thermodynamics is the source of indispensable results that are used daily in the atmospheric sciences. The approximate conservation of potential temperature is only one example. But thermodynamics also has the reputation for being dry, abstract, and difficult, a tool that only a few adepts can wield except by recipe. In Atmospheric Thermodynamics, Craig Bohren and Bruce Albrecht set about to demolish the subject's forbidding reputation and present it instead as an accessible tool, a ready source of physical in…

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