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Chapter 1

All solutions by the author Geoffrey K. Vallis, Princeton University, May 2007

Chapter 2

Most solutions by the author Geoffrey K. Vallis, Princeton University, May 2007
Solutions 2.11, 2.14, and 2.16 - 2.18 by Adam Sobel, Columbia University, February 2006

Chapter 3

Solutions 3.8 and 3.10 by Adam Sobel, Columbia University, March 2006

Chapter 4

Solution 4.7 by Adam Sobel, Columbia University (includes extra problem with solution)

Chapter 5

Solution 5.11 by Adam Sobel, Columbia University

Chapter 15

Solutions 15.2 and 15.3 by the author Geoffrey K. Vallis, Princeton University, March 2008