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  • 110pp. Published January 2015
  • Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.
  • Category: Earth & Environmental Sciences
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-062-7
  • (Paperback) USD 69.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-063-4
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Earth’s Atmosphere Dynamic Balance Meteorology
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Meteorology, as practiced and universally taught today, only describes the behavior of ideal gases. Unfortunately, a huge portion of the troposphere, revealed by the mathematical formulation of earth’s atmosphere dynamic balance delivered in 2009 by Cesar Mbane Biouele, has thermal behaviors diametrically opposed to those of ideal gas. Due to this mistake, many things meteorology offers in this pertinent region of the Troposphere, wrongly regarded as an ideal gas, are completely false. The effectiveness of the earth’s atmosphere dynamic balance equation derived in 2009 by C. M. Biouele is proved in his recent papers and can help to eliminate multiple errors that each of us will next time easily discover in some literary and audiovisual works on climate or meteorology. Approaches suggested by the earth’s atmosphere dynamic balance Meteorology will greatly improve our knowledge on kinematics and thermodynamics profiles of several weather events. Especially: Earth’s Atmosphere General Circulation, Earth’s atmosphere prevailing surface winds, Hurricanes and Cyclones wind’s profiles, Relationships between earth’s rotation or revolution and geographical extent of the global surface monsoons and Physics of Atmosphere Dynamic or Electric Balance Processes Such As Thunderclouds and Related Lightning Flashes.

Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
    • Dynamic Meteorology
    • Water Substance Thermodynamics
  • Chapter 2: Earth’s Atmosphere Practical Specifics
    • Solar Radiation
    • Vertical Profile of Temperature
    • Earth’s Atmosphere Dynamic Balance
    • Part II—Conclusions and Comments
  • Chapter 3: Hurricanes and Cyclones Kinematics and Thermodynamics
    • Part III—Summary
    • Hurricanes’ Profiles of Vertical Winds and Clouds’ Formation Additional Greenhouse Effects
    • Cyclones’ Profiles of Vertical Winds and Related Clouds
    • Hurricanes’ (or Cyclones’) Horizontal Winds
    • Part III—Conclusions and Comments
  • Chapter 4:Thunderclouds and Lighting Flashes Processes
    • Troposphere and Earth’s Surface Electrification by Tornadoes
    • Troposphere and Earth’s Surface Electrification by Cyclones
    • Troposphere Recombination’s Electric Currents and Their Effects
  • Chapter 5: Earth’s Atmosphere General Circulation
    • General Circulation Assessments
    • Solar Radiation Implications
    • Earth’s Atmosphere Dynamic Balance Implications
    • Faithful and Unique Representation of General Circulation
  • Chapter 6: Earth’s Atmosphere Prevailing Surface Winds
    • Part VII—Summary
    • Forces of Significance in Atmospheric Motion
    • Comments on the Hurricanes’ Redoubtable Pressure Forces
    • Earth’s Rotation and Revolution Implementations
    • Geographical Extent of Prevailing Surface Winds in Summer and Winter
    • Very Useful Comments for TV Meteorological Presenters around the World
  • Chapter 7: General Extent of the Global Surface Monsoons
    • Part VII—Summary
    • Inhomogeneity of Earth’s Surface Thermal Inertia
    • Geographical Extent of the Global Surface Monsoons
    • Definition of Monsoons
  • Chapter 8: Conclusions and Comments
    • On the Earth’s Atmosphere Dynamic Balance Meteorology
    • On the Earth’s Atmosphere Warmer (or Cooler) Passive Convective Cells
    • Purposeful Recommendations for Airlines’ Pilots
    • On the Earth’s Atmosphere General Circulation
    • On the Earth’s Atmosphere Monsoons Phenomena
Readership: Climatologists,Meteorologists,Geologist and Atmospheric scientists will find this book useful.
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