I am going into my second year in undergrad,starting to look into the different disciplines and self study on what I might do in graduate school.But I haven't yet decided what I want to do in graduate(which is fine,I know).For the moment,I am drawn to climate science. So,I would appreciate any suggestions on either an introductory text book or a pop-sci book by a climate scientist etc.Anything good,really.Just not a graduate level text book. Keep in mind that this semester I am doing an introductory course on atmospheric physics,so I'm looking for a climatology oriented introductory text book since I'll have an introduction to the broader field anyway. Edit:Actually,just anything interesting on atmospheric physics. EDIT: Well,I'll take any suggestion on studying climate science.Fire away.