**W**elcome
to the web page site containing the overhead color slides corresponding
to the textbook,** "Fundamentals of Atmospheric Modeling,"**
by M. Z. Jacobson, published
by Cambridge University Press, New York (1998) (reprinted in August, 2000).
A description of the text and order information
can be found at the following link,

(link to Cambridge University Press)

The slides available here are organized by chapter and can be viewed or downloaded. The slides were originally prepared using MSWord 5.1 for the MacIntosh (TM) text, Mathtype 3.1 (TM) mathematical equations, Kaleidagraph 3.0 (TM)) graphics, CS ChemDraw Pro (TM) chemical equations, and Canvas 3.5.4 (TM) drawings. They were then saved as Acrobat (TM) files, which are the types of files that are present here. To read these files, it is necessary first to download Acrobat Reader (TM).

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Corrections and modifications to the first printing of the text (1999) can be found in the following file:

Corrections and Modifications to the Original Text (printed 1999).

All these changes have been made in the reprinted text (August, 2000).

Corrections and Modifications to the Reprinted Text (Reprinted August, 2000).

These changes should be made in the original version
as well.

Current copies of the answer key to questions in
the back of each chapter can also be obtained
by sending an email to the same email address or a written request to**
**

Mark Z. Jacobson

Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Stanford University

Stanford, CA 94305-4020

Tel: (650) 723-6836 Fax:
(650) 725-9720

**Slides by Chapter**

1. Introduction

2. Atmospheric Structure, Composition, and Thermodynamics

3. The Continuity and Thermodynamic Energy Equations

4. The Momentum Equation in Cartesian and Spherical Coordinates

5. Vertical-Coordinate Conversions

6. Numerical Solutions to Partial Differential Equations

7. Finite-Differencing the Equations of Atmospheric Dynamics

9. Cloud Thermodynamics and Dynamics

11. Gas-Phase Species, Chemical Reactions, and Reaction Rates

12. Urban, Free-Tropospheric, and Stratospheric Chemistry : Part 1

12. Urban, Free-Tropospheric, and Stratospheric Chemistry: Part 2

13. Methods of Solving Chemical Ordinary Differential Equations

14. Particle Components, Size Distributions, and Size Structures

15. Aerosol Emissions and Nucleation

17. Condensation, Evaporation, Deposition, and Sublimation

18. Chemical Equilibrium and Dissolution Processes: Part 1

18. Chemical Equilibrium and Dissolution Processes: Part 2

20. Sedimentation and Dry Deposition

21. Model Design, Application, and Testing

Appendix A Conversions, Constants, and Symbols

Appendix B Tables

References

Index