by Dorian S. Abbot
Publisher: arXiv.org 2018
Number of pages: 182
These notes contain everything necessary to run a flipped course on 'The Atmosphere' at an introductory undergraduate level. Topics include (1) atmospheric composition, structure, and thermodynamics; (2) solar and terrestrial radiation in the atmospheric energy balance; (3) atmospheric dynamics and circulation.
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