ATMS 120 HB - Severe and Hazardous Weather
Most extreme manifestations of weather and climate are analyzed in terms of their physical basis and their historical, economic and human consequences. Emphasis is placed on the interplay between technological advances, the evolution of meteorology as a science, and the impacts of extreme weather (winter storms, floods, severe thunderstorms, hurricanes, El Nino). Technological advances include satellites, weather radars and profilers, and computer models used for weather prediction. Course Information: Same as ESE 120.
Physical Sciences course. Section 52474. This discussion section is for First-time Freshmen James Scholars students only. If you have any questions about the project, the time commitment or anything else, please email the instructor, Eric Snodgrass (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Course Level: Undergraduate