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EAS370 - Applied Atmospheric Physics

An introduction to the physics of the atmosphere with applications: temperature, pressure, humidity, evaporation, condensation, dew, freezing, ice, frost, convection, clouds, rain, hail, rainbows, solar and terrestrial radiation. Development of thermodynamic concepts and tools used by atmospheric scientists in the analysis and forecasting of weather and climate: potential temperatures, psychrometry, thermodynamic diagrams, radiation charts. Prerequisites: EAS 270 and MATH 214. [Faculty of Science]

Fall Term 2018

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Fall Term 2018 - LEC A1 (62846)

MWF 10:00:00 - 10:50:00 (T B 121)
Instructor: greuter@ualberta.ca - Profile

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