Atmospheric thermodynamics

In thermodynamics, atmospheric thermodynamics is the study of the states of meteorological systems and the energy and entropy transformations they undergo. [1] A focus in atmospheric thermodynamics is on the application of thermodynamics towards weather prediction.

References
1. Tsonis, Anastasios A. (2002). An introduction to Atmosphere Thermodynamics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Further reading
● Very, Frank W. (1919). The Radiant Properties of the Earth from the Standpoint of Atmospheric Thermodynamics. 84-pgs. Boson: The Four Seas Co.
● Iribarne, Julio I. and Godson, W.L. (1981). Atmospheric Thermodynamics. Springer.
● Paltridge , G. W. (2001). “A Physical Basis for a Maximum of Thermodynamic Dissipation of the Climate System.”, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Society, 127. Pgs. 305-13.
Zdunkowski, Wilford and Bott, Andreas. (2004). Thermodynamics of the Atmosphere - A Course in Theoretical Meteorology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

External links
Atmospheric thermodynamics – Wikipedia.

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