Need NW credits? Check out these cool options for Winter Qrt!

10 Nov

What causes hurricanes, thunderstorms, and severe weather?

How are weather forecasts made?

Are weather and climate changing?

Learn the answers to these and other weather or climate questions AND
earn NW credit from a course in ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES:

*ATM S 101: Weather* (5 credits; SLN 10568)
MTWTh 9:30-10:20, KNE 220 (Th. or Fri. quiz sections vary)
Prerequisites: None. Open to all undergraduates

Designed to to develop your understanding of the weather and related atmospheric phenomena: global weather patterns, highs and lows, clouds, thunderstorms, tornados, hurricanes, rainbows. Examples drawn from current weather in Seattle and around the world.

*ATM S 111: Global Warming* (5 credits; SLN 10578)
TTh 11:30-1:20, KNE 220 (Th. or Fri. quiz sections vary)
Prerequisites: None. Open to all undergraduates

An introductory course on the theory of human-induced climate change, popularly known as “global warming.” The goal of the course is to help society deal with this complex issue by fostering citizens whounderstand the basic science and can think critically about proposed solutions.

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