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The Earth and environmental sciences are becoming progressively more quantitative due to the increased use of mathematical models and new data analysis techniques. This accessible introduction presents an overview of the mathematical methods essential for understanding Earth processes, providing an invaluable resource for students and early career researchers who may have missed (or forgotten) the mathematics they need to succeed as scientists. Topics build gently from basic methods such as calculus to more advanced techniques including linear algebra and differential equations. The practical applications of the mathematical methods to a variety of topics are discussed, ranging from atmospheric science and oceanography to biogeochemistry and geophysics. Including over 530 exercises and end-of-chapter problems, as well as additional computer codes in Python and MATLAB®, this book supports readers in applying appropriate analytical or computational methods to solving real research questions.Read more
- Introduces both analytical and numerical methods, supplying a variety of practical tools for problem solving
- End-of-chapter exercises based around real Earth science problems allow the reader to test their understanding of the methods in context
- Supplemental online computer codes provide additional examples of practical applications of the mathematical methods
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- Date Published: June 2019
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107117488
- length: 596 pages
- dimensions: 254 x 193 x 32 mm
- weight: 1.45kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
1. Estimation and dimensional analysis
2. Derivatives and integrals
3. Series and summations
4. Scalars, vectors, and matrices
6. Ordinary differential equations
7. Vectors and calculus
8. Special functions
9. Fourier series and integral transforms
10. Partial differential equations
Appendix A. Units and dimensions
Appendix B. Tables of useful formulae
Appendix C. Complex numbers
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