[Earth and Planetary Sciences 232. Dynamic Meteorology]

The atmosphere understood as a fluid dynamical system. Observations of atmospheric motions related to weather and climate. Application of the equations of atmospheric dynamics to explaining phenomena such as jet streams, cyclones, and fronts.
Prerequisite: Applied Mathematics 105b; or permission of instructor.

Notes: Likely offered Fall 2019.




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