EAS A332 Atmospheric Thermodynamics

34176 — Fall 2020

Cody Kirkpatrick
Tuesday: Online Thursday: FA 015
Days and Times
Lecture Tuesday/Thursday 9:25-10:40 a.m.
Course Description

Earth's weather and climate are controlled by how heat and moisture move in the atmosphere. In this course, students learn and apply the basic physical laws that govern those processes. Topics include thermodynamic laws, principles of atmospheric stability, phase changes of water, nucleation of cloud droplets and the growth of clouds, and the use of common meteorological tools and data to interpret cloud and precipitation behavior.

3 credits

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