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Below is a list of Winter 2015 AOSS course textbooks that are available electronically through the library. To access the electronic version, click on the title of the book, then click on the "Available Online" link that appears in the catalog record. If you run into problems accessing an e-book, please report them to Ask a Librarian

THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL TEXTBOOK LIST. Books listed here may be either required textbooks or supplemental texts. Your faculty will provide you the titles of required textbooks for your classes. All engineering textbooks are available on course reserve at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library.


AOSS Online Textbooks

AOSS 350 (Keppel-Aleks)
An Introduction to atmospheric thermodynamics by Anastasios A. Tsonis. 2nd ed. 2007. Cambridge University Press. 9780521696289. Platform: Cambridge books online.

AOSS 532 (Huang)
An introduction to atmospheric radiation by K.N. Liou. 2nd ed. 2002. Academic Press. 0124514510 Platform: Ebook Library.

An introduction to atmospheric radiation by K.N. Liou. 2nd ed. 2002. Academic Press.0124514510  Platform: Knovel.

Radiative transfer in the atmosphere and ocean by Gary E. Thomas and Knut Stamnes. 1st ed. 1999. Cambridge University Press. 9780511613470. Platform: Cambridge Books Online.

Non-LTE radiative transfer in the atmosphere by López-Puertas. 1st ed. 2001.World Scientific.10337991. Platform: Ebook Library.

Atmospheric radiation: theoretical basis by R.M. Goody and Y.L. Yung. 2nd ed. 1989. Oxford University Press. Platform: ebrary.

AOSS 545 (Drake)
Physics of shock waves and high-temperature hydrodynamic phenomena by Ya. B. Zelʹdovich.1967. Academic Press. 9780123956729. Platform: ScienceDirect.


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