I'm a science writer, and my books explain how things work.
* I have sent book a proposal to potential publishers about the physics of trees.
* A book about the physics of weather and climate will be published by Columbia University Press early 2017.
* A book about a related subject -- the Anthropocene Age -- is in the final stages of editing; it will be published by Johns Hopkins University Press next year.
* Are there any physics subjects which YOU feel are not adequately covered in the literature? If so, please drop me a line. Readers familiar with my titles will know that I aim for accuracy and insight with minimum math--sometimes a difficult balancing act that rules out certain topics (such as general relativity and quantum field theory).