Tropical Circulation Systems and Monsoons
This is a book on the practical side of tropical meteorology which in its 3 Parts covered in 12 chapters reviews several current theories and ideas on tropical circulations and monsoons, offering new definitions and ideas to facilitate a systematic development of the subject. The book emphasizes the need for a system's approach to tropical circulations in general and monsoons in particular to facilitate orderly and systematic development of the topic.
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From the reviews: "This is a comprehensive study of monsoon systems around the world. ... Saha provides a useful body of work that offers explanations for tropical circulations and monsoon systems, which will undoubtedly benefit the operational meteorologist and student alike." (Neil Armstrong, Weather, Vol. 68 (9), September, 2013) "It appeals to those who are doing research in the field of tropical meteorology, especially in the specialty of monsoons. It is suitable as a reference book ... for a course on tropical meteorology or monsoons. ... The description part of the book serves as a good source of information, and the interpretation part of it provides good points for discussion and debate. ... I would recommend this book to students and researchers ... and who are, or intend to become, specialists in tropical meteorology." (Winston Chao, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, January, 2012)