Courses

*Earth and Planetary Sciences 200. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

Atmospheric physics and chemistry: stratospheric and tropospheric transport, photochemistry, and aerosols; stratospheric ozone loss, tropospheric pollution; biogeochemical cycles.
Note: Students specializing in this area are expected to take EPS 200 and 236. ESP 200 is also expected to serve as an introduction to atmospheric and oceanic processes for other students specializing in Earth and Planetary Sciences or Environmental Science and Engineering.
Prerequisite: Applied Mathematics 21 or equivalent; a course in college-level mechanics, electromagnetism, and chemistry; or permission of the instructors.

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Season: 

Fall

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Time: 

11:30-1:00

Course ID: 

111855

Subject Area: 

Earth and Planetary Sciences

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