Table of contents for Fundamentals of atmospheric modeling / Mark Z. Jacobson.

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1. Introduction
2. Atmospheric structure, composition, and thermodynamics
3. The continuity and thermodynamic energy equations
4. The momentum equation in Cartesian and spherical coordinates
5. Vertical-coordinate conversions
6. Numerical solutions to partial differential equations
7. Finite-differencing the equations of atmospheric dynamics
8. Boundary-layer processes
9. Radiative energy transfer
10. Gas-phase species, chemical reactions, and reaction rates
11. Urban, free-tropospheric, and stratospheric chemistry
12. Methods of solving chemical ordinary differential equations
13. Particle components, size distributions, and size structure
14. Aerosol emissions and nucleation
15. Coagulation
16. Condensation, evaporation, deposition, and sublimation
17. Chemical equilibrium and dissolution processes
18. Cloud thermodynamics, dynamics, and microphysics
19. Aqueous chemistry
20. Sedimentation and dry deposition
21. Model design, application, and testing
Appendix A. Conversions, constants, and symbols
Appendix B. Tables

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Atmospheric models, Atmospheric physics Mathematical models