Mapping and Modeling Weather and Climate with GIS is a contributed volume from leading climatologists, meteorologists, and other experts about how geospatial cartography and analysis help to advance atmospheric science research. Topics include data and software resources, data representation, observations, modeling, data-model integration, web services, and the areas of current and potential cross-fertilization of atmospheric and geospatial sciences. Mapping and Modeling Weather and Climate with GIS includes concepts and practices of mapping and modeling projects, discussion of advances in GIS for atmospheric sciences, and lists of geospatial resources.
Lead editor Lori Armstrong is Global Industry Manager for Water/Wastewater, Water Resources at Esri. She is also lead editor of the book Hydraulic Modeling and GIS (Esri Press 2012).
ISBN: 9781589483767 2014 370 pages $49.99 retail