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    PC135 – Meteorology

    Meteorology introduces basic physics principles to examine dynamic processes in the atmosphere, including solar radiation, weather forecasting, and atmospheric energy flow. Laboratory and field experiments will be utilized to enrich students’ learning experiences.

    Instructor(s)

    Professor Mike Taber email

    Basic physics principles introduced and used to study dynamic processes in the atmosphere: atmospheric energy flow, solar radiation, green house effect, large-scale circulation of the atmosphere, small scale processes including clouds and storms, weather forecasting, humanity's impact on weather and climate. Laboratory and field experiments and trips will be utilized.

    Also listed as: EV135