GEP (GEO) 228: Weather and Climate.
3 hours, 3 credits. Introductory study of atmospheric processes and phenomena and the elements of weather and climate such as radiation, temperature, precipitation and humidity, air pressure, and winds. A study of the world's climates, atmospheric circulation patterns, severe weather events (such as thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes), weather forecast, and climate change. COREQ: GEO (GEP) 229. Note: GEO (GEP) 228 may be credited toward the Geology or the Geography or the Environmental Sciences major.
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