EAS 3410 - Atmospheric Thermodynamics and Hydrostatics

Fall. 3 credits. Letter grades only.

Prerequisite: one year of calculus and one semester of physics.

A. Degaetano.

Introduction to the thermodynamics and hydrostatics of the atmosphere and to the methods of description and quantitative analysis used in meteorology. Topics include thermodynamic processes of dry air, water vapor, and moist air and concepts of hydrostatics and stability.

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