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Atmospheric Sciences

This guide is designed to help students access credible information related to the Atmospheric Sciences

Explore the Library's book resources - both print and electronic - on this page. If you need a material which the Library does not have, try using inter-library loan. Find more information on this service below.

Search the Library's Catalog

Looking for something? Try searching the Library's online catalog! This works best when you'd like to find a physical item (e.g., book, DVD, etc.). If you are looking for a digital item, please use OneSearch or other Library databases.

eBooks from the Library

Print Books at the Library

Angry Weather: Heat Waves, Floods, Storms, and the New Science Climate Change

By Friederike Otto

Call Number: Redwood library QC903 .O87 2020

Beyond Global Warming: How Numerical Models Revealed the Secrets of Climate Change

By Syukuro Manabe, Anthony J. Broccoli, Call Number: Redwood library QC903 .M354 2020

Water always wins : thriving in an age of drought and deluge

By Erica Gies, Call Number: Redwood TD388 .G54 2022

The Stockholm Paradigm: Climate Change and Emerging Disease

By Eric P. Hoberg, Walter A. Boeger, Daniel R. Brooks, Call Number: Jordan library QH543 .B76 2019

Field Guide to Snow

By Matthew Sturm, Call Number: Jordan GB2603.2 .S78 2020

Disposable city : Miami's future on the shores of climate catastrophe

By Mario Alejandro Ariza, Call Number: Jordan GC90.U5 A75 2020

Nomad century : how climate migration will reshape our world

By Gaia Vince, Call Number: Jordan GE149 .V563 2022

Solved : how the world's great cities are fixing the climate crisis

By David Miller, Call Number: Redwood library HT241 .M55 2020

Course Reserve Books

Reserve books can be checked out for one, four, or seven days depending on the item. You can check them out from the circulation desk at each campus Library. Contact the Library to ask about course reserve text availability.

Inter-Library Loan

Pro Tip: If the Library doesn't have the book or article that you need, try requesting it through inter-library loan (ILL). ILL allows you borrow items from other libraries, even those that are out of state. 

Get started by creating a free account with Illiad by choosing "First Time Users." You'll only need to do this the first time you request an item. Then fill out the request form for the item you would like to borrow.

Want to hone your research skills?

Contact the Science, Mathematics and Engineering liaison librarian: