Earth and environmental science
Cambridge University Press Publishes across the full range of the earth and environmental sciences and at all levels, from popular science and undergraduate textbooks through to graduate texts and monographs. Our list is particularly strong in climate change studies, solid earth geophysics, atmospheric science, hydrology and environmental science.
A dramatically illustrated book, by leading international scientists, which describes Antarctica's central role in global scientific research.
- $55.00 (Z)
A new method of modelling the atmosphere, synthesising data analysis techniques and multifractal statistics, for atmospheric researchers and graduate students.
- $130.00 (C)
A fascinating and authoritative account of the controversies and possibilities surrounding nuclear waste disposal, providing expert discussion in down-to-earth language.
- $29.99 (G)
This textbook provides students, researchers, and weather professionals with a fresh and cutting-edge treatment of thunderstorms and associated mesoscale phenomena like tornadoes. Unlike other books currently available, it provides in-depth discussions of the observations and prediction of extreme and hazardous convective weather, as well as its dynamical evolution.
- $85.00 (Z)