Reeds Maritime Meteorology

Author(s) Maurice Cornish, Elaine Ives
Publisher Thomas Reed
Date 2010
Pages 264
Format pdf
Size 28 Mb







The publication has been written mainly for both trainee and professional ship deck officers, people who are currently studying for CoC, i.e. certificates of competency, in merchant vessels, and also for fishermen - it may be recommended to any person looking for the clear and plain introduction to this subject.

The book will provide detailed and clearly understandable descriptions of major forces and elements normally contributing to maritime meteorology as well as to the principles governing them. The content of the publication covers the passage planning and weather routing, cargo management and care in heavy weather condition, satellite technology, tropical storms and many other aspects of maritime meteorology.

It also features extensive glossary of terminology used, revision questions that will let you track the learning progress, chart of ocean currents and so many explanatory and informative data diagrams and photos. The content of the book is perfectly laid-out and contains many images making understanding much easier. A remarkably valuable resource for those interested in knowing everything about marine weather. All of the descriptions are very accurate and comprehensive.

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