GEOGRAPHY 109: Spring 2012
WEATHER & CLIMATE
Atmospheric Science Program, Geography Department, Indiana University
 

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Interested in Atmospheric Science/Geography?

Degrees offered: a) BS   b) BA  c) BSES

                                             G109-16863: Professor: Dr. Constance Brown  http://mypage.iu.edu/~combrown/

                                             G109-30017: Professor: Dr. Danilo Dragoni

 

COURSE ADMINISTRATION AND RESOURCES

Professors

Dr. C. Brown email

Dr. D. Dragoni email

Office Hours

AIs

Angela Babb  email

M. Belding email

Office Hours

Resources

Study Tips

Review Question

Previous Exams

 

Labs

Weather Project

Textbook
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COURSE OUTLINE AND LECTURE RESOURCES

0.

Introduction

1.

Atmosphere: Composition & Structure

 

2.

Earth-sun geometry

3.

Energy and Energy Transfer

4.

Radiation

5.

Energy Balance

6.

 Temperature

 

7.

Atmospheric Moisture

8.

Atmospheric stability

9.

Clouds & Precipitation

10.

Forces and Winds

11.

Wind Systems

12.

 Weather Systems

13.

Severe storms

14.

Climate Change

 

CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS

WEATHER RESOURCES

US Weather
US Satellite Images

NOAA NWS

Live Weather Images

Weather Underground Network
Indiana Weather

 

Indianapolis Weather

 

IUB Student Building Weather Link1 Link2

 

Weather Servers From Around the World

National Hurricane Center

 

Current Weather Conditions

 

Hurricanes
Atmospheric Science Program at  IU

Useful resource sites (Govt. & professional organizations, sites with lots of links)

Jobs and Internships                                                  Student Academic Center workshops

                                                                                          Certificate in Atmospheric Science

Undergraduate Advisor

This online resource is intended to complement the introductory Geography course taught in the Departments of Geography at Indiana University Bloomington. The listings of sites are not intended to be comprehensive. Rather those selected are intended to provide support materials, particularly real-time spatial data, to complement the material taught in class. In a number of places alternative sites are indicated. If one site is not available or particularly slow, try the other choice(s). This resource is always under development. Any comments, suggestions or recommendations, please contact the authors.

 

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