GEO 415 (QR)
Introduction to Atmospheric Sciences
An introduction to atmospheric sciences. This course discusses aspects of weather and climate both from a phenomenological and analytical point of view. The course balances overview lectures (also covering topics that have high media coverage like the "Ozone Hole" and "Global Warming" ) with a few in-depth analyses of selected aspects. The lectures are complemented with homework based on real data, demonstrating basic data analysis techniques employed in atmospheric sciences.
Sample reading list:
J.M. Wallace & P.V. Hobbs, 2nd Edition, Atmospheric Science--An Introductory Survey
See instructor for complete list
Biweekly homework assignments that include simple numerical exercises (requires familiarity with programming basics).
Final Exam - 50%
Problem set(s) - 50%
Not Open to Freshmen.
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