EAS A340 Physical Meteorology, Climate, and Paleoclimate

32238 — Fall 2021

Location
Student Building 005
Days and Times
MW 1:10-2:25 p.m.
Course Description

Topics span multiple scales of atmospheric processes including past/recent/projected climate change, weather forecasting, severe weather, and surface energy budgets. Students gain knowledge concerning physical processes and properties of Earth’s atmosphere and acquire skills used to study and quantify atmospheric processes through problem solving with models and remote sensing data. This class meets in person.

Instructor: Scott Robeson (Geography)

3 credits

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