HARPAL S. MAVI and GRAEME J. TUPPER. Food Productions Press, Binghamton, NY. 2004. Hardback, 364 pp. $44.96. ISBN 1-56022-972-1.

Production of food and fiber in the natural environment has had an intimate relationship with climate and weather for as long as humans started the organized activities we now call agriculture. Our ability to understand and confidently predict the physical and meteorological environments on a time scale of weeks and months, a goal of particular interest to agriculture, remains elusive but is constantly improving. Agricultural meteorology, abbreviated as agrometeorology, is an interdisciplinary science that interprets and advances the science of meteorology...

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