| ||". . . all laboratories and research institutes studying ENSO and libraries of universities should have a copy, because this book is a well written textbook as well as a source book of references and information in the form of maps."|
Masatoshi Yoshino, University of Tsukuba, Japan (GeoJournal Vol. 48: 341-344, 1999)
"El Nino Southern Oscillation and Climatic Variability is, overall, an excellent book which introduces researchers, students and professional or other interested readers to the El Nino-southern oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon."
Neil Holbrook, Macquarie University (Australian Geographer, Vol. 29 No. 2, 1998)
"This text is a valuable contribution to the literature on the El Niño-Southern Oscillation because it contains not only an historical overview but also detailed description of the painstaking data collection and ENSO pattern..."
ECOMOD March 1997
"This bibliography is a great starting point for a new student...Overall, El Niño Southern Oscillation and Climatic Variability is an excellent reference. In an economic manner, it describes the broad aspects of the phenomena, and offers a valuable presentation of the latest relevant databases. The amount of color material presented is remarkable. I expect to make frequent use of this reference."
Thomas A Schroeder, Acting Director, Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Hawaii - and has lived through four El Niños in his time in Hawaii.
"This book and CD-ROM should be included on the shelves of those interested in Holocene timescales, at least as a reminder of the potential impact of short-term climate variability on society and the environment. It will also be an invaluable resource and database for a wider readership, including researchers and students in atmospheric, oceanic and environmental sciences, secondary teachers of geography and science, and social and environmental policy-makers. Given its reasonable price, the book and CD-ROM are highly recommended for individuals as well as libraries involved in Holocene research."
Simon Haberle, University of Cambridge, The Holocene 7,4(1997)
"…this atlas/CD will become a benchmark reference and data source for all those involved in climate and oceanographic research."
Roger Stone, Australian Meteorological Magazine June 1997