The writing of a textbook with the wide scope embraced here involves drawing on the work of a very large number of researchers, past and present. We have acknowledged our main sources in the text and in the notes and references at the end of each chapter, to these and others too numerous to mention go our gratitude and recognition. Any errors or omissions are of course the responsibility of the present authors.

FWT would like to thank Jesus College, Oxford, for a travel grant and the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas for hospitality at various times during the writing of the book. IMV would like to thank the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH) for its support during the writing of the book, and the FORTH Environment Research Laboratory team for their assistance. We are grateful to Dr D.J. Taylor for drawing many of the original figures.

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