Theoretical and Applied Climatology
- climate modeling, climatic changes and climate forecasting, micro- to mesoclimate, applied meteorology as in agro- and forestmeteorology, biometeorology, building meteorology and atmospheric radiation problems as they relate to the biosphere
- effects of anthropogenic and natural aerosols or gaseous trace constituents
- hardware and software elements of meteorological measurements, including techniques of remote sensing
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Theoretical and Applied Climatology along with its sister journal Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics are continuations of Archives for Meteorology, Geophysics and Bioclimatology, Series A and B. These journals were originally founded in 1949 by W. Moerikhofer, Davos, and F. Steinhauser, Wien, and will continue their tradition of giving you the latest and most significant developments from studies around the world in climate, atmosphere and meteorology.
Abstracted/Indexed in: Current Contents, SCI, ASCA, Biosis, Inspec, Current Awarenes in Biological Sciences, and in RIPS, Environmental Periodicals Bibliography, Meteorological and Geoastrophysical Abstracts, GeoRef
EditorH. Graßl (Managing Editor)
Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
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