Students learn to apply meteorological analysis tools to atmospheric observations to interpret the structure and dynamics of historical and real-time weather events.
This course emphasizes physical concepts and analytic techniques for solving problems in atmospheric instabilities and wave dynamics at various temporal and spatial scales.
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(CHEM 1310 or CHEM 3411) and EAS 3603 and MATH 2551 and PHYS
This course provides a general chemical description of the Earth atmospheric system with a major focus on the two lowest layers of the atmosphere, i.e., the troposphere and the stratosphere.
(CEE 3040 or EAS 3630) and (MATH 2552 or PHYS 2212)
Dynamics of flow and solute transport in groundwater, including theory, implementation, and case studies. Cross listed with CEE 4795.
Look for common special topics offered. Including: Weather Risk, Tropical Dynamics, Mesoscale Dynamics, Earth and Planetary Materials, and more!