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Atmospheric Dynamics

Course focuses on the dynamic processes in the atmosphere that transfer both matter and energy, and that govern the vertical structure and weather patterns. Topics include the physical properties of the atmosphere, radiation transfer, stability, large-scale circulation, clouds and storm development, weather forecasting, and humanity's impact on weather and climate.

Prerequisite: Environmental Program 212, or Chemistry & Biochemistry 108 and Physics 214, or Physics 251.

1 unit — Taber

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 4 Atmospheric Dynamics Mike Taber Tutt Science Building 126 25 / 0 11/26/2021
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