This is an introductory course with a large on-line component on the fundamentals of atmospheric science. Current weather data are accessed via the Internet, and learning activities are keyed to the day's weather. General topics are studied such as how one characterizes various phenomena and meteorological effects, and how these are measured. This course may not be used to satisfy physics major or minor requirements. Prereqs: junior status or higher and GE A and GE B. This course satisfies the Theme S: Sustainability and Justice. 150 minutes lecture/discussion per week. Enrollment Requirements: Main Campus Prereqs: junior status or higher and GE A and GE B.
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017