[F&ES 704a]

An Atmospheric Perspectice of Global Change

2014-2015
Credits: 3 Fall 2014: Not Offered
 

 

This course aims to promote understanding of major global changing agents and their impacts on the climate system, air quality, and ecosystem health. Special attention is given to anthropogenic and natural causes of ozone hole photochemical smog, mercury deposition and acid rain, sources and sinks of greenhouse gases, and impact of global warming on the terrestrial biosphere. Also discussed are inventory methodologies for regulatory applications. Three hours lecture and discussion. Term paper/presentation/literature critique. 

F&ES 704 is a prerequisite for:
F&ES 702: Climate Change Seminar