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Meterological Fluid Dynamics

R. K. Zeytounian

Meterological Fluid Dynamics

Asympotic Modelling, Stability, and Chaotic Atmospheric Motion (Lecture Notes in Physics New Series M)

by R. K. Zeytounian

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Published by Springer .
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Number of Pages346
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Open LibraryOL7446855M
ISBN 100387544461
ISBN 109780387544465

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