EAS 570 - Advanced Climatology

Course Outline

Assignments (there will be 3):

Assignment Instructions

Mendy, assignment 1
Mendy, assignment 2
Mendy, assignment 3
Gulshat, assignment 1
Gulshat, assignment 2
Gulshat, assignment 3
Clark, assignment 1
Clark, assignment 2
Clark, assignment 3
Mervin, assignment 1
Mervin, assignment 2
Mervin, assignment 3
Shereif, assignment 1
Shereif, assignment 2
Shereif, assignment 3
Chris, assignment 1
Chris, assignment 2
Chris, assignment 3
Shuyu, assignment 1
Shuyu, assignment 2
Shuyu, assignment 3

Lecture Notes


CLIMATE LINKS

Course Info:
Location: T-113

Textbook Info:
There is no required textbook but the following books are of great use:

  • Wallace and Hobbs: Atmospheric Science, An Introductory Review. (radiation, dynamics, energetics of the atmosphere)
  • Peixoto and Oort: Physics of Climate. (radiation, equations of motion, global observations)
  • Holton: An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology. (equations of motion, synoptic weather systems)
  • Gill: Atmosphere-ocean dynamics. (equations of motion, wave motions in atmosphere and ocean)
  • Houghton: The Physics of Atmospheres. (advanced radiative transfer and dynamics)

    Instructor: Dr. Andrew Bush
    Office: CCIS 3-270
    email: andrew.bush@ualberta.ca