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    Duniec, Grzegorz and Mazur, Andrzej 2018. Influence of parameterization of soil processes on numerical forecasts of vertical profiles of air potential temperature. Meteorological Applications, Vol. 25, Issue. 3, p. 350.

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    Pedruzo-Bagazgoitia, X. Ouwersloot, H. G. Sikma, M. van Heerwaarden, C. C. Jacobs, C. M. J. and Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, J. 2017. Direct and Diffuse Radiation in the Shallow Cumulus–Vegetation System: Enhanced and Decreased Evapotranspiration Regimes. Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol. 18, Issue. 6, p. 1731.

    Prabhakar, Gouri Parworth, Caroline L. Zhang, Xiaolu Kim, Hwajin Young, Dominique E. Beyersdorf, Andreas J. Ziemba, Luke D. Nowak, John B. Bertram, Timothy H. Faloona, Ian C. Zhang, Qi and Cappa, Christopher D. 2017. Observational assessment of the role of nocturnal residual-layer chemistry in determining daytime surface particulate nitrate concentrations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 17, Issue. 23, p. 14747.

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    van Loon, Marloes P. Dekker, Stefan C. Anten, Niels P. R. Rietkerk, Max and Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, Jordi 2015. Understanding the impact of plant competition on the coupling between vegetation and the atmosphere. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Vol. 120, Issue. 11, p. 2212.

    Super, Ingrid Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, Jordi and Krol, Maarten C. 2015. Cumulative ozone effect on canopy stomatal resistance and the impact on boundary layer dynamics and CO2assimilation at the diurnal scale: A case study for grassland in the Netherlands. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, Vol. 120, Issue. 7, p. 1348.

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Based on more than twenty years of research and lecturing, Jordi Vilà-Guerau de Arellano and his team's textbook provides an excellent introduction to the interactions between the atmosphere and the land for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and a reference text for researchers in atmospheric physics and chemistry, hydrology, and plant physiology. The combination of the book, which provides the essential theoretical concepts, and the associated interactive Chemistry Land-surface Atmosphere Soil Slab (CLASS) software, which provides hands-on practical exercises and allows students to design their own numerical experiments, will prove invaluable for learning about many aspects of the soil-vegetation-atmosphere system. This book has a modular and flexible structure, allowing instructors to accommodate it to their own learning-outcome needs.

Reviews

'While providing an introduction to the atmospheric boundary layer and the interactions and feedbacks within the land-atmosphere system, Dr. Vila-Guerau de Arellano and colleagues have created a valuable teaching and learning tool. The CLASS software guides and inspires active learning, and is straightforward to acquire and use. I recommend this textbook and software for undergraduate and graduate students, and as a reference for researchers in fields ranging from plant physiology to atmospheric science.'

Natalie Schultz Source: Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

'The book is ideal for undergraduates and graduates majoring in atmospheric science and a perfect text for courses dealing with the physics, chemistry, and ecology of land-atmosphere interactions. The CLASS model and the supplementary videos available from the website … make the book an appealing companion for a short intensive course or a workshop on the topic. … many aspects of the book will be appreciated by meteorologists, hydrologists, ecologists, air pollution and climate scientists involved in courses dealing with the intersection between all these fields.'

Source: Boundary-Layer Meteorology

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