MARINE METEOROLOGY FOR MASTERS AND MATES
|Author(s)||Captain H. Ebrahimi|
|D O W N L O A D|
This is quite compact but very comprehensive and practically useful booklet prepared by the professional mariner. The original idea and intention of the author was to provide the newcomers to the maritime world with a sort of textbook covering the most important aspects of marine meteorology. The information included by him in the book will be of great use for the navigators when applied during their day to day work and operations at sea.
The main content of the publication has been arranged in six separate chapters. The first chapter is dealing with the stability of air while in the second chapter the author concentrates on the winds and the GCS, i.e. the global circulation system. The next three chapters address depressions and local winds, and provide introduction and useful notes on the ship’s weather reporting.
The closing chapter of the document deals with the weather routing. It is needless to say that this book will definitely help the mariners due to its compactness and clarity of the descriptions that made this volume very popular. Have a copy on your bookshelf or at your computer available at all times should there be any need to have a look and check something important.
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