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EAS-1310-TE Introduction to Meteorology

This exam assesses students on a wide variety of basic atmospheric concepts and, in the process, measures their understanding of "how the weather works." The exam is best suited for students with a fundamental understanding of Earth's atmospheric systems and an appreciation for the atmosphere. The prime objective of this science exam is to assess students' familiarity of the physical processes associated with weather and climate, including jet streams, cyclones/hurricanes/typhoons, cloud types, air masses and fronts, global warming impacts, ozone hole, El Niño/La Niña, Fujita Scale, and anthropogenic climate change.

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This exam is also available as the formal course EAS-1310.

Credits: 3

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