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An Introduction to Planetary Atmospheres

An Introduction to Planetary Atmospheres

Agustin Sanchez-Lavega
(2010)
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Agustin Sanchez-Lavega
(2010)
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  • Hardback: 629 sider
  • Udgiver: CRC Press LLC (September 2010)
  • ISBN: 9781420067323

Planetary atmospheres is a relatively new, interdisciplinary subject that incorporates various areas of the physical and chemical sciences, including geophysics, geophysical fluid dynamics, atmospheric science, astronomy, and astrophysics. Providing a much-needed resource for this cross-disciplinary field, An Introduction to Planetary Atmospheres presents current knowledge on atmospheres and the fundamental mechanisms operating on them. The author treats the topics in a comparative manner among the different solar system bodies--what is known as comparative planetology.

Based on an established course, this comprehensive text covers a panorama of solar system bodies and their relevant general properties. It explores the origin and evolution of atmospheres, along with their chemical composition and thermal structure. It also describes cloud formation and properties, mechanisms in thin and upper atmospheres, and meteorology and dynamics. Each chapter focuses on these atmospheric topics in the way classically done for the Earth's atmosphere and summarizes the most important aspects in the field.

The study of planetary atmospheres is fundamental to understanding the origin of the solar system, the formation mechanisms of planets and satellites, and the day-to-day behavior and evolution of Earth's atmosphere. With many interesting real-world examples, this book offers a unified vision of the chemical and physical processes occurring in planetary atmospheres. Ancillaries are available at www.ajax.ehu.es/planetary_atmospheres/

Introduction to Planets and Planetary Systems Planetary Systems Orbital Motion Gravitational Field and the Shape of Planets and Major Satellites Primary Energy Sources on Planets Internal Structure of Planets and Satellites The Magnetic Field Planetodiversity Origin and Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres Origin of the Solar System Thermal Evolution of the Planets Origin of Planetary Atmospheres Atmospheric Evolution Processes Variability of the Earth's Atmosphere Observed Atmospheric Changes in Other Planets Spectroscopy and Composition Atmospheric Composition: Fundamentals Planetary Spectrum: The Continuum Atomic Spectrum Molecular Spectrum Atmospheric Composition Definitions Vertical Temperature Structure Vertical Structure of the Atmospheres Radiative Transfer Radiative Equilibrium in Atmospheres Thermal Tides: Temperature Oscillations Adiabatic Lapse Rate Appendix Clouds in Planets Chemistry and Surface Processes Clouds Properties Microphysics Radiative Transfer in Clouds Observed Cloud Properties: Overview Upper and Tenuous Atmospheres Upper Atmospheres: Introduction
Photochemistry Photoionization: Ionospheres Upper Atmospheres Heating Balance Diffusion Processes Airglow and Aurora Gas Production Mechanisms in Tenuous Atmospheres Overview of the Tenuous Atmospheres Global Atmospheric Motions Equations of Atmospheric Motions Momentum Equation: Balances Vorticity The Planetary Boundary Layer and Turbulent Motions Observed Large-Scale Motions in the Planets The General Circulation of Planetary Atmospheres Atmospheric Dynamics-I: Waves Wave Characteristics Acoustic Waves Gravity Waves Rossby Waves Planetary-Scale Equatorial Waves Thermal Tides: Dynamics QBO-QQO and SAO Oscillations Atmospheric Dynamics-II: Instability Scales of Motion and Dimensionless Numbers Vertical Instability: Convective Motions Hydrodynamical Instability: Vortices Types of Hydrodynamical Instabilities Vortices in the Giant Planets Other Dynamical Phenomena Polar Dynamics Atmospheric Effects of the Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter The July 19th 2009 Impact Appendix: Methods to Study Planetary Atmospheres Bibliography References
Index Problems appear at the end of each chapter.

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Planetary atmospheres is a relatively new, interdisciplinary subject that incorporates various areas of the physical and chemical sciences, including geophysics, geophysical fluid dynamics, atmospheric science, astronomy, and astrophysics. Providing a much-needed resource for this cross-disciplinary field, An Introduction to Planetary Atmospheres presents current knowledge on atmospheres and the fundamental mechanisms operating on them. The author treats the topics in a comparative manner among the different solar system bodies—what is known as comparative planetology. Based on an established course, this comprehensive text covers a panorama of solar system bodies and their relevant general properties. It explores the origin and evolution of atmospheres, along with their chemical composition and thermal structure. It also describes cloud formation and properties, mechanisms in thin and upper atmospheres, and meteorology and dynamics. Each chapter focuses on these atmospheric topics in the way classically done for the Earth’s atmosphere and summarizes the most important aspects in the field. The study of planetary atmospheres is fundamental to understanding the origin of the solar system, the formation mechanisms of planets and satellites, and the day-to-day behavior and evolution of Earth’s atmosphere. With many interesting real-world examples, this book offers a unified vision of the chemical and physical processes occurring in planetary atmospheres. Ancillaries are available at www.ajax.ehu.es/planetary_atmospheres/
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  • Udgiver: CRC Press (Juni 2011)
  • ISBN: 9781420067354
Planetary atmospheres is a relatively new, interdisciplinary subject that incorporates various areas of the physical and chemical sciences, including geophysics, geophysical fluid dynamics, atmospheric science, astronomy, and astrophysics. Providing a much-needed resource for this cross-disciplinary field, An Introduction to Planetary Atmospheres presents current knowledge on atmospheres and the fundamental mechanisms operating on them. The author treats the topics in a comparative manner among the different solar system bodies—what is known as comparative planetology. Based on an established course, this comprehensive text covers a panorama of solar system bodies and their relevant general properties. It explores the origin and evolution of atmospheres, along with their chemical composition and thermal structure. It also describes cloud formation and properties, mechanisms in thin and upper atmospheres, and meteorology and dynamics. Each chapter focuses on these atmospheric topics in the way classically done for the Earth’s atmosphere and summarizes the most important aspects in the field. The study of planetary atmospheres is fundamental to understanding the origin of the solar system, the formation mechanisms of planets and satellites, and the day-to-day behavior and evolution of Earth’s atmosphere. With many interesting real-world examples, this book offers a unified vision of the chemical and physical processes occurring in planetary atmospheres. Ancillaries are available at www.ajax.ehu.es/planetary_atmospheres/
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Detaljer Om Varen

  • Hardback: 629 sider
  • Udgiver: CRC Press LLC (September 2010)
  • ISBN: 9781420067323

Planetary atmospheres is a relatively new, interdisciplinary subject that incorporates various areas of the physical and chemical sciences, including geophysics, geophysical fluid dynamics, atmospheric science, astronomy, and astrophysics. Providing a much-needed resource for this cross-disciplinary field, An Introduction to Planetary Atmospheres presents current knowledge on atmospheres and the fundamental mechanisms operating on them. The author treats the topics in a comparative manner among the different solar system bodies--what is known as comparative planetology.

Based on an established course, this comprehensive text covers a panorama of solar system bodies and their relevant general properties. It explores the origin and evolution of atmospheres, along with their chemical composition and thermal structure. It also describes cloud formation and properties, mechanisms in thin and upper atmospheres, and meteorology and dynamics. Each chapter focuses on these atmospheric topics in the way classically done for the Earth's atmosphere and summarizes the most important aspects in the field.

The study of planetary atmospheres is fundamental to understanding the origin of the solar system, the formation mechanisms of planets and satellites, and the day-to-day behavior and evolution of Earth's atmosphere. With many interesting real-world examples, this book offers a unified vision of the chemical and physical processes occurring in planetary atmospheres. Ancillaries are available at www.ajax.ehu.es/planetary_atmospheres/

Introduction to Planets and Planetary Systems Planetary Systems Orbital Motion Gravitational Field and the Shape of Planets and Major Satellites Primary Energy Sources on Planets Internal Structure of Planets and Satellites The Magnetic Field Planetodiversity Origin and Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres Origin of the Solar System Thermal Evolution of the Planets Origin of Planetary Atmospheres Atmospheric Evolution Processes Variability of the Earth's Atmosphere Observed Atmospheric Changes in Other Planets Spectroscopy and Composition Atmospheric Composition: Fundamentals Planetary Spectrum: The Continuum Atomic Spectrum Molecular Spectrum Atmospheric Composition Definitions Vertical Temperature Structure Vertical Structure of the Atmospheres Radiative Transfer Radiative Equilibrium in Atmospheres Thermal Tides: Temperature Oscillations Adiabatic Lapse Rate Appendix Clouds in Planets Chemistry and Surface Processes Clouds Properties Microphysics Radiative Transfer in Clouds Observed Cloud Properties: Overview Upper and Tenuous Atmospheres Upper Atmospheres: Introduction
Photochemistry Photoionization: Ionospheres Upper Atmospheres Heating Balance Diffusion Processes Airglow and Aurora Gas Production Mechanisms in Tenuous Atmospheres Overview of the Tenuous Atmospheres Global Atmospheric Motions Equations of Atmospheric Motions Momentum Equation: Balances Vorticity The Planetary Boundary Layer and Turbulent Motions Observed Large-Scale Motions in the Planets The General Circulation of Planetary Atmospheres Atmospheric Dynamics-I: Waves Wave Characteristics Acoustic Waves Gravity Waves Rossby Waves Planetary-Scale Equatorial Waves Thermal Tides: Dynamics QBO-QQO and SAO Oscillations Atmospheric Dynamics-II: Instability Scales of Motion and Dimensionless Numbers Vertical Instability: Convective Motions Hydrodynamical Instability: Vortices Types of Hydrodynamical Instabilities Vortices in the Giant Planets Other Dynamical Phenomena Polar Dynamics Atmospheric Effects of the Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter The July 19th 2009 Impact Appendix: Methods to Study Planetary Atmospheres Bibliography References
Index Problems appear at the end of each chapter.
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