Advanced Atmospheric Physics
A preparatory course for research in experimental and theoretical atmospheric physics. Content will vary from year to year. This year we will seek an understanding of the terrestrial atmosphere’s structure, the role of moisture in the atmosphere, and an introduction to atmospheric dynamics, starting from physical first principles. The course involves analytic and computational exercises, some observational data analysis, and reviews of papers in the Atmospheric Physics literature.
- PHY250H1, MAT235Y1/MAT237Y1/MAT257Y1
- Recommended preparation
Selected readings from "Fundamentals of Atmospheric Physics", Murry L. Salby, International Geophysics Volume 61, Academic Press, 1996. and "Atmospheric Science, An Introductory Survey, Second Edition", John M. Wallace and Peter V. Hobbs, Academic Press, 2006.
- Breadth requirement
- Distribution requirement
More info about the course: PHY492/1498
- course title
- year of study
- 4th year
- time and location
24L: LEC0101: T3/R12, Room: MP134, In Person LEC9101: T3/R12, On line Synchronous 12T: T4, Room: MP134, In Person T4, On line Synchronous It is recommended that students have a computer with a microphone and camera in order to participate in online activities. Students will be expected watch asynchronous lecture videos prior to class meetings. Recordings of lectures and tutorials will also be available for students to view asynchronously.