Readership: Popular science readers interested in earth
sciences, their history, and the scientists involved, as well as the environmental community.
Arnold H. Taylor, Visiting Professor in Mathematics and Statistics, University of Plymouth and Fellow of Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Arnold Taylor worked for thirty years in oceanographic research at Plymouth Marine Laboratory. He currently has three honorary positions; Visiting Professor in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Plymouth, Fellow of the Plymouth Marine Laboratory, and Fellow of the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science. He has published widely in major international scientific journals but this is his first book.
1: A 4000-mile Plankton Riddle
2: The Ways of the Ocean: How the ocean side of the connection functions
3: At the Behest of the Weather: How weather affects biological populations
4: The Snake in the Mathematical Grass: How non-linearity limits predictability
5: Every Wind has its Weather: How the world's weather system works
6: The Tangled Skeins of the World's Weather: Global interconnections in weather patterns
7: Action at a Distance: How the ocean affects the atmosphere and the North Atlantic Oscillation
8: Lighthouses on the Shores of the Climate:How ecosystems can be particularly sensitive to climatic changes
9: Drunken Trees in the Greenhouse: The greenhouse effect and global warming
10: As the Tempo of the Dance Heats Up... : Implications for future climatic changes