- “Climate Mathematics is an engaging work that provides students of climate science with the most essential mathematical and computational
tools of the trade. This may well prove the most useful text they will encounter on the road to becoming climate scientists.”
- - KERRY A. EMANUEL, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- “Combining traditional techniques with the judicious use of computer codes, Shen and Somerville show how mathematics is intimately connected
with the science, and how it can be used to address climate problems occurring in the real world. The book is user-friendly for the beginner,
but pays due attention to detail for the more advanced student. Taken with the extensive online resources, it brings a fresh new perspective to our
curriculum that students and instructors will surely value.”

- GEOFFREY VALLIS, University of Exeter - “This book provides a timely introduction to the mathematical approaches and statistical techniques that students will need
to understand climate change and how to respond to its impacts. I especially like how it gets students into using the
important programming capabilities of R and Python to do such analyses. Climate Mathematics is a wonderful
resource – one I will use myself and recommend to all of our students.”

- DONALD J. WUEBBLES, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

**Citation:** Shen, S.S.P., and R.C.J. Somerville, 2019: *Climate Mathematics: Theory and Applications*,
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 391pp.