'I highly recommend the Jacobson book for graduate students and professionals engaged in atmospheric modeling. They will find themselves frequently reaching for it as a reference. I certainly do.' Daniel J. Jacob, Atmospheric Environment
'It can be thoroughly recommended for those seeking a detailed treatise on the methodology of numerical modelling of atmospheric physical and chemical processes.' Roy Harrison, University of Birmingham
'... thoroughly recommended for those seeking a detailed treatise on the methodology of numerical modelling of atmospheric physical and chemical processes.' Roy Harrison, The Times Higher Education Supplement
'Overall this is a much needed text.' Contemporary Physics
' ... a good, up-to-date overview of the subject. It is a valuable textbook for graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses in atmospheric sciences and meteorology and will also be useful for courses in Earth and environmental sciences.' World Meteorological Organization
This comprehensive text describes the atmospheric processes, numerical methods, and computational techniques required for a scientist to study successfully air pollution and meteorology. Computer modeling has become a powerful tool in modern atmospheric sciences, combining the disciplines of meteorology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer sciences, and, to a lesser extent, geology, biology, microbiology, and oceanographic sciences.