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METR 016 - (NS) Fundamentals of Weather and Climate

Semester Hours: 3
In this course, students will develop an understanding of the physical basis for the weather and climate patterns that influence conditions here on Long Island and throughout the world. Topics covered include phenomena at local to regional scales (e.g., microclimatology, the urban heat island effect, and severe weather), global circulation patterns, and basic concepts in meteorology. Lab activities will involve students collecting their own observations with weather instruments and analyzing data from on-campus weather stations in order to better understand variability in local weather and climate. (2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory).

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Credit is given for this course, SBLY 104E, or GEOL 014F when the Communicating Weather and Climate course appears on the undergraduate transcript. (Formerly SBLY 104E, Communicating Weather and Climate)


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